anonymous
  • anonymous
Writers during the colonial period can be divided into which 2 main groups? (Points : 3) the poets and the ministers the explorers and the Puritans the Northerners and the Southerners the professionals and the amateurs
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anonymous
  • anonymous
During the colonial period, there was quite a lot of religious movement involving The Quakers. I can honestly say, I am torn between B and C. Religion and slavery were both a big deal in colonial times.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Your safest bet appears to be B. There were many writers during the Enlightenment, which I believe appeals to colonial times. I apologize if this is not correct.

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