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6. The following words share a denotative meaning. Which one has a negative connotation? (1 point)
confident
certain
decisive
demanding ~

7. Read the following Chippewa song. Identify its purpose.

A loon I thought it was
But it was
My love's
splashing oar. (1 point)

to persuade
to inform
to express ~
to analyze

8. Which of the following statements about early American and Colonial literature is true? (1 point)
The literature primarily centers on religious themes.
The voices of women and minorities are absent from this period.
Early American and Colonial literature did not exist before the printing press.
Different authors share similar purposes and genres. ~

9. Which of the following is NOT a primary source from the early American and Colonial period? (1 point)
Of Plymouth Plantation
"To My Dear and Loving Husband"
"The Star-Spangled Banner"
the writings of Captain John Smith ~

10. Which of the following phrases best defines stanza? (1 point)
repeated sounds across lines of poetry
a poem's cadence, pace, or ongoing momentum
a collection of lines in a poem ~
a steady rhyme scheme

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    I agree with all of your answers except for 9. One of the choices was not from the early American and Colonial period.

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    is it the star spangled banner

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    Yes. Key wrote our national anthem in 1814.

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    Read the following passage. In 3–5 sentences, identify who wrote it. Support your choice with details about the content or style of the passage.

    "One day, when all our people were gone out to their works as usual, and only I and my dear sister were left to mind the house, two men and a woman got over our walls, and in a moment seized us both, and, without giving us time to cry out, or make resistance, they stopped our mouths, and ran off with us into the nearest wood. Here they tied our hands, and continued to carry us as far as they could, till night came on, when we reached a small house, where the robbers halted for refreshment, and spent the night. We were then unbound, but were unable to take any food; and, being quite overpowered by fatigue and grief, our only relief was some sleep, which allayed our misfortune for a short time. The next morning we left the house, and continued travelling all the day. For a long time we had kept the woods, but at last we came into a road which I believed I knew. I had now some hopes of being delivered; for we had advanced but a little way before I discovered some people at a distance, on which I began to cry out for their assistance; but my cries had no other effect than to make them tie me faster and stop my mouth, and then they put me into a large sack."


    The author of this passage is Olaudah Equiano. This passage is about his coming to America. I know it is olaudah Equiano because it is in a narrative style.

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    Hail the lord faminazis.

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    The author of this passage is Olaudah Equiano. This passage is about his coming to America. I know it is olaudah Equiano because it is in a narrative style.

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    Do you own work!

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    Don't listen to A Teacher, he or she is just being mean.

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    Adcdddcab

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    i just took this. turned it in about 3 nights ago

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    is anonymous correct ?

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    LESSON 12: EARLY AMERICAN AND COLONIAL LITERATURE TEST UNIT:1
    1. A
    2. E
    3. C
    4. F
    5. D
    6. C
    7. C
    8. B
    9. C
    10.B

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    100%^^^
    AND
    11. ESSAY
    12. ESSAY

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    Becky is 100% WRONG, thanks for that btw. don't listen to her -_-

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    How I am wrong you noob? this is from CCA!!

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    Becky, I'm in CCA too, some people are just mean...

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    6d
    7d
    8d
    9a
    10a
    11 is by Olaudah Equiano btu you have to give some about how you found out

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