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Douglass thinks the root may bring him good luck because Covey — a. could not find him in the cornfield b. ignored Douglass when he returned to the plantation c. sets Douglass free d. treats him
kindly upon his return
?from Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass.? Douglass thinks the root may bring him good luck because Covey treats him kindly upon his return.
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User: Douglass thinks the root may bring him good luck because Covey — a. could not find him in the cornfield b. ignored Douglass when he returned to the plantation c. sets Douglass free d. treats him kindly upon his return

Weegy: ?from Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass.? Douglass thinks the root may bring him good luck because Covey treats him kindly upon his return.
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User: In a spiritual, the part sung by the chorus seldom changed because the chorus a. was an African tradition. c. played the role of the Lord. b. sang the refrain. d. let everyone take part.

Weegy: B. sang the refrain
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Weegy: Bierce plays with time in all of the following ways except by —c. flashing forward to tell you what will happen to Farquhar ten years later
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