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Unformatted text preview: avery offers a further explanation for (D) delaying the introduction of slavery into the the harsher treatment of Black slaves in North than in English colonies South America. Freyre and Tannenbaum have rightly (E) bringing about an improvement in the argued that the lack of certain traditions in North America—such as a Roman conception of slavery and 15 treatment of Black slaves in the English colonies a Roman Catholic emphasis on equality—explains why the treatment of Black slaves was more severe there than in the Spanish and Portuguese colonies of South by Freyre and Tannenbaum for the treatment America. But this cannot be the whole explanation accorded Black slaves in the English colonies of since it is merely negative, based only on a lack of 20 12. The author considers the explanation put forward North America to be something. A more compelling explanation is that the (A) ambitious but misguided early and sometimes extreme racial discrimination in (B) valid but limited the English colonies helped determine the particular (C) popular but suspect nature of the slavery that followed. (D) anachronistic and controversial (192 words) (E) premature and illogical F or the following question, consider each of the choices separately and select all that apply 10. According to the passage, the Handlins have NOT argued which of the following about the relationship between racial prejudice and the institution of legal slavery in the English colonies of North America? A □ Racial prejudice and the institution of slavery arose simultaneously. B □ The source of racial prejudice was the institution of slavery. C □ Although existing in a lesser for m before the 1660‘s, racial prejudice increased sharply after slavery was legalized. 57 [This page is intentionally left blank. ] 58 Exercise 11 Line 5 10 15 20 Many critics of Eamily Bronte‘s novel Wuthering Heights see its second part as a counterpoint that comments on, if it does not reverse, the first part, where a ―romantic‖ reading receives more confirmation. Seeing the two parts as a whole is encouraged by the novel‘s sophisticated structure, revealed in its complex use of narrators and time shifts. Granted that the presence of these elements need not argue an authorial awareness of novelistic construction comparable to that of Henry James, their presence does encourage attempts to unify the novel‘s heterogeneous parts. However, any interpretation that seeks to unify all of the novel‘s diverse elements is bound to be somewhat unconvincing. This is not because such an interpretation necessarily stiffens into a thesis (although rigidity in any interpretation of this or of any novel is always a danger), but because Wuthering Heights has recalcitrant elements of undeniable power that, ultimately, resist inclusion in an all-encompassing interpretation. In this respect, Wuthering Heights shares a feature of Hamlet. (164 words) 2. Which of the following inferences about Henry James‘s awaren...
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