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Which excerpt from Hurston’s “John Redding Goes to Sea” is an example of nonstandard English? A)"Yes, indeed!" said the father looking toward the tree designated. B)Sometimes in his dreams he was a prince, riding away in a gorgeous carriage. C)Perhaps ten-year-old John was puzzling to the simple folk there in the Florida woods for he was an imaginative child and fond of day-dreams. D)"Aw, woman, stop dat talk 'bout conjure. Tain't so nohow. Ah doan want Jawn tuh git dat foolishness in him."

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