at which point was frederick Douglass at his worse? and at which point was he at his best?
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The worse part of Douglass' time in slavery was the first six months he was sent to work for Mr. Covey. I don't know if you would consider this his best, but his mastery over Mr. Covey was a turning point in his life...... Douglass had given up. He no longer dreamed or had aspirations, he no longer felt human. But the day he stood up to Covey, he regained his humanity and the will to become a free, educated man.