Of Mice and Men

How did Douglass succeed at coveys

Excerpt from Douglass. He was a slave

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I think you are referring to the incident in the barn. There is a scene where Douglas finally punches the daylights out of Covey in a barn. THey fight for like two hours until Covey gives up. Douglas says it's like being raised from the dead: paradoxically, he comes back to life just when he decides he would rather die than be a slave. And it isn't just a moral victory: from that point on, Covey doesn't mess with him anymore.

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How did Douglass succeed at coveys