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2 How can you tell that the narrator is speaking from the third-person limited point of view in the following passage? "He closed his eyes in order to fix his last thoughts upon his wife and children." a.The narrator has adopted the point of view of Mrs. Farquhar. b.The narrator focuses on the thoughts and feelings of one character. c.The narrator pretends to be speaking as Farquhar's character.
3 b.The narrator focuses on the thoughts and feelings of one character
4 Mrs. Farquhar happily serves the soldier a drink of water because she a.believes that he must be from the South b.hopes he will give news from the front c.appreciates his respectful bow to her husband
6 What do the soldiers do after shooting at Farquhar with rifles. a What do the soldiers do after shooting at Farquhar with rifles? a.shoot at him with canon b.swim after him in the river c.follow him on the road
10 Mr. Covey beat Douglass because he believed that Douglass had a Mr. Covey beat Douglass because he believed that Douglass had a.trifled away his time b.gotten lost in the woods c.loaded the oxen too heavily
14 What did Mr. Covey do to push the slaves to work harder. a What did Mr. Covey do to push the slaves to work harder? a.denied them food or water b.gave them no beds at night c.promised to help them finish jobs d.threatened and whipped them
16 The way Mr. Covey acted while the slaves were working shows that he a The way Mr. Covey acted while the slaves were working shows that he a.distrusted that they would work b.liked to play jokes on the workers c.wanted the slaves to appreciate him
20 How does following passage support Douglass's purpose How does following passage support Douglass's purpose? "From the crown of my head to my feet, I was covered in blood. My hair was all clotted with dust and blood; my shirt was stiff with blood." a.It casts doubts about the facts of slavery. b.Readers will respect Mr. Covey's rights. c.It contains disapproval of all southerners. d.Readers will feel sympathy for the slaves.
24 Why are the spectators on and near the bridge silent. a Why are the spectators on and near the bridge silent? a.Everyone is shocked by Farquhar's kindly expression. b.Silence and stillness are a show of respect for death. c.The deputy sheriff has ordered everyone to be silent.
25 b.Silence and stillness are a show of respect for death
26 Frederick Douglass uses poetic language in his writing style to compare himself to a country boy in a city when he describes his a.melancholy at leaving Master Thomas b.awkwardness on Mr. Covey's farm c.strength when handling oxen
28 Which factual detail best illustrates that Douglass's purpose is to persuade readers to view slavery with distaste? a.being beaten for breaking a gate b.referring to Mr. Covey as "the snake“ c.gathering wood on a cold winter morning
30 What is Douglass referring to in the following sentence What is Douglass referring to in the following sentence? "You have seen how a man was made a slave; you shall see how a slave was made a man." a.Douglass's long journey to freedom in the North b.the legal process that made Douglass a free man c.Douglass's walk to ask Master Thomas for help d.Douglass's liberating fight with Mr. Covey
32 Douglass most likely includes descriptions of being beaten and bloodied for the purpose of a.illustrating Master Thomas's cruelty b.engaging the emotions of his readers c.adding excitement to his narrative
34 What is one way that Douglass establishes his credibility. a What is one way that Douglass establishes his credibility? a.He provides factual details about slave labor. b.He identifies the slave owners by name. c.He complains about the beatings he receives.
35 a.He provides factual details about slave labor.
36 What does summarily mean? a.carelessly b.quickly c.angrily
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