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What do the dust tracks in the title of "Dust Tracks on a Road" symbolize? A. poverty in a backwater southern community B. the path to a new way of life C. finding the way home after getting lost D. returning to one's roots Which of the following best explains Hurston's purpose in presenting her critical feelings about school in "Dust Tracks on a Road"? A. to confess that she was a liar B. to show that being educated is not dependent on loving school C. to reveal how inferior her school was D. to show how little she values education

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Question number 1 the answer is C
and i think that question number 2 is B.
plz medal if it helped :)

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Number one isn't C

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