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What was Equiano's main purpose in writing The Interesting Narrative? A. to entertain readers with dramatic episodes in his life B. to sway public opinion about slavery C. to contrast life in
Africa and life in Barbados D. to provide detailed information on 18th-century sea travel
To sway public opinion about slavery.-was the main purpose of Equianos in writing The Interesting [ Narrative. ]
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User: What was Equiano's main purpose in writing The Interesting Narrative? A. to entertain readers with dramatic episodes in his life B. to sway public opinion about slavery C. to contrast life in Africa and life in Barbados D. to provide detailed information on 18th-century sea travel



Weegy: To sway public opinion about slavery.-was the main purpose of Equianos in writing The Interesting [ Narrative. ]
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User: Which statement best explains these words of the speaker in "My Dear and Loving Husband"? Compare with me ye women if you can A. The speaker is daring single women everywhere to get married and find the kind of love that she and her husband share. B. The speaker is warning other colonial wives to love and obey their husbands. C. The speaker is identifying with the women in her community, but she also is taking pride in something that sets her apart. D. The speaker is urging women to make their community a place known for its loving family atmosphere.



Weegy: The speaker is identifying with the women in her community, [ but she also is taking pride in something that sets her apart.-is the statement best explains these words of the speaker in "My Dear and Loving Husband"? Compare with me ye women if you can. ]
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User: In the second stanza of "Huswifery", Taylor: A. describes God as a spider spinning a beautiful web. B. draws parallels between God and a spinning wheel. C. addresses a loom as if it could show him how to please God. D. compares God’s work in his life to the work of a weaver.



Weegy: In the second stanza of "Huswifery", [ Taylor: compares God’s work in his life to the work of a weaver. ]
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User: To which chief emotion does Edwards appeal in the following passage of the sermon? How awful is it to be left behind at such a day! To see so many others feasting, while you are pining and perishing. A. grief B. envy C. sympathy D. joy

Weegy: B. envy .
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In comparison to other books about Franklin, The Autobiography probably gives you the best insight into: A. the moral values of the time. B. Franklin's inventions. C. Franklin's descendants. D. Franklin's personality.
Weegy: Franklin, The Autobiography gives the best insight to A. the moral values of the time. [ Known today as "The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin," this classic piece of Americana was originally written for Franklin's son William, then the Governor of New Jersey. His work- in effect the life of Benjamin Franklin- portrays a fascinating picture of life in Philadelphia, as well as Franklin's shrewd observations on the literature, philosophy and religion of America's Colonial and Revolutionary periods. ] (More)
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In "Huswifery", when the speaker says “Then clothe therewith mine understanding, will,/ Affections, judgment, conscience, memory / My words, and actions,” he is: A. asking God to guide his thoughts, words, and deeds. B. requesting that God hide him from the rest of the world. C. confessing that he does not always follow God's rules. D. reminding God that he needs help understanding his own faith.
Weegy: In Huswifery, when the speaker says ?Then clothe therewith mine understanding, will,/ Affections, judgment, conscience, memory / My words, and actions,? he is: A. asking God to guide his thoughts, words, and deeds User: In comparison to other books about Franklin, The Autobiography probably gives you the best insight into: A. the moral values of the time. B. Franklin's inventions. C. Franklin's descendants. D. Franklin's personality. Weegy: Franklin, The Autobiography gives the best insight to A. the moral values of the time. [ Known today as "The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin," this classic piece of Americana was originally written for Franklin's son William, then the Governor of New Jersey. His work- in effect the life of Benjamin Franklin- portrays a fascinating picture of life in Philadelphia, as well as Franklin's shrewd observations on the literature, philosophy and religion of America's Colonial and Revolutionary periods. ] User: What does “mine apparel,” at the end of the poem, "Huswifery", represent? A. the speaker’s faithful soul B. Paradise C. God’s grace D. the speaker’s good works Weegy: C. God's grace User: The incidents Bradford describes are most strongly connected with Americans' celebration of: A. Labor Day. B. Thanksgiving Day. C. Christmas Day. D. Independence Day (July 4th). (More)
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The incidents Bradford describes are most strongly connected with Americans' celebration of Thanksgiving Day.
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