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first person point of view
second person point of view
third person point of view, limited
third person point of view, multiple
third person point of view, omniscient
It presents the slave owner as the main antagonist of the passage.
It emphasizes Benjamin's dislike of being treated like a dog.
It serves to dehumanize Benjamin as an archetypal slave.
It shows the writer's disgust at her relative's escape attempt and subsequent capture.
It appeals to the high-mindedness of the reader in order to emphasize moral superiority.
dejected but antagonistic
pragmatic and bitter
compassionate and moralistic
devout yet doleful
fearful and resigned
To characterize Benjamin as inherently rebellious
To prove he was emotionally stronger than his mother believed
To indicate how strongly Benjamin felt about maintaining his pride
To create a visual image for the reader of what the day was like
To display the level of humiliation Benjamin felt on being led in chains through the streets
Mother and son
Grandmother and grandson
Cousin and cousin
Sister and brother
Niece and uncle
He would become physically sick.
He would feel betrayed.
He would become unrestrained.
He would become inconsolable.
He would become defeated.
Being referred to as human chattel
The conditions in which he is held in jail
Repenting for the pain he has caused his mother
Humbling himself before God
Asking forgiveness from his slaveowner
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