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In this excerpt from Herman Melville’s short story "The Lightning-Rod Man," which sentences or phrases best support an objective summary of the excerpt? a)Hark! There go all the granite Taconics and Hoosics dashed together like pebbles. b) By the sound, that must have struck something. An elevation of five feet above the house, will protect twenty feet radius all about the rod. c)Think of being a heap of charred offal like a haltered horse burnt in his stall; and all in one flash!" d) "You pretended envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary to and from Jupiter Tonans," e? f? g?

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