• anonymous
Read the sentences that describe Douglass's reaction to Hugh Auld's forbidding Sophia to teach Douglass to read. "It was a new and special revelation, explaining dark and mysterious things, . . . . I now understood . . . the white man's power to enslave the black man. . . . From that moment, I understood the pathway from slavery to freedom." What mood does this description of the "revelation" create? A. a mood of troubled doubt B. a mood of defiance and anger C. a mood of clarity and purpose D. a mood of joyful merriment
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  • anonymous
i dont understand this one but ill give a guess a or d
  • Smartyprincess
If its based off of THIS paragraph, I'd say A. BUT in the book it said something about his master forbidding her to teach Douglass how to read actually made him WANT to learn how to read and he was defiant and secretly learned how to read. So then I'd say B. Since its asking about that particular part, I'd go with A.

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