Read the following sentence from “The Middle Passage” by Olauduh Equaino
“Many a time we were near suffocation, from the want of fresh air, which we were often without for whole
Which word best matches the meaning of “want” as it is used in the sentence? (1 point)
7. Read the following Yaqui song. Identify its purpose.
In Cocori is a young girl
Whose name is Hesucita.
She is a pretty girl.
Her eyes look like stars.
Her pretty eyes are like stars moving.
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the Yaqui poem certainly informs us of a pretty girl named Hesucita but it also expresses the poets thoughts of the girl.
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8. Which of the following statements is not true of early American and colonial literature? (1 point)
The literature did not focus exclusively on religious themes.
The printing press helped make the literature more accessible.
Different authors shared similar purposes and genres.
The voices of women and minorities were dominant.
9. Which of the following is not a primary source from early American and colonial literature? (1 point)
The Song of Hiawatha
“Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God”
The Federalist Papers
Notes on the State of Virginia
10. Read the following example. What is the effect of the repetition in these lines?
And the silken sad uncertain rustling of each purple curtain
Thrilled me – filled me with fantastic terrors never felt before;
So that now, to still the beating of my heart, I stood repeating
`Tis some visitor entreating entrance at my chamber door –
Some late visitor entreating entrance at my chamber door; –
This it is, and nothing more,'
It creates an anxious tone.
It emphasizes the speaker’s friendliness.
It defines an unknown idea.
It introduces a new character.
8)the voices of women and minorities were dominant is NOT true
9) The Song of Hiawatha was written in 1855 and thus is NOT a primary source from early American and colonial literature
10) it creates an anxious tone...it's like when you hear a noise at night when you are alone and you tell yourself that it's just the house creeking, nothing else, it's not really a monster trying to get in to eat me...you are anxious like the guy in the Raven saying O, it's nothing just a late night visitor it's not a monster... His anxious.
@pookiieluvzyhu do you have Early American and Colonial Literature Unit Test?