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In My Bondage and My Freedom by Frederick Douglass, what impact does learning to read have on Douglass? He grows to hate slavery. He finds reason to hope for the future. He grows to hate white people. He finds a way to escape his misery.

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chasegarza11

"He finds a way to escape his misery." would be the best option from the list, since with reading, Douglass is able to escape to different worlds. He also of course learns to hate slavery. 

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