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I have one question that i am really confused with from the story "A Narrative of the Captivity" by Mary Rowlandson.
here it is
1. The group that captures Mary R. is forced to keep moving because of its
a. English pursuers
b. need for food
c. treaty with the colonists
d. religious practices

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