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When douglass decides to make his escape from slavery, what, in addition to leaving his friends behind, does douglass describe as being his biggest source of apprehension, as stated in chapter 11 of narrative of the life of frederick douglass? a. the apprehension of failing at escaping again b. missing his owners c. missing the boys who taught him to read d. working at the shipyard

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