Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass

At the end of the selection, Douglass distinguishes between being "a slave in form" and "a slave in fact." How does this distinguish support the theme of this selection?

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I think that that Douglass felt he was a slave until the time that he confronted and beat Covey. For the first time Douglas felt and thought like a free man.