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Q: According to researchers who have explored the social functions of African folktales among American slaves, which of these tales is considered a striking example of specific instruction for living in
a slave-holding society? A. The revised tale of Noah and the flood B. The slave who meets an animal who can speak C. The Brer Rabbit tales D. The tale of Anansi the spider folk hero
A: According to researchers who have explored the social functions of African folktales among American slaves, the revised tale of Noah and the flood is considered a striking example of specific instruction for living in a slave-holding society.
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User: According to researchers who have explored the social functions of African folktales among American slaves, which of these tales is considered a striking example of specific instruction for living in a slave-holding society? A. The revised tale of Noah and the flood B. The slave who meets an animal who can speak C. The Brer Rabbit tales D. The tale of Anansi the spider folk hero

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