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Read the following passages before you choose your answer. Passage One: From Dark Tower by Counlee Cullen Nor always countenance,...

9. Read the following passages before you choose your answer.Passage One: From "Dark Tower" by Counlee Cullen "Nor always countenance, abject and mute, That lesser men should hold their brothers cheap;Not everlastingly while others sleep Shall we beguile their limbs with mellow flute,Not always bend to some more subtle brute. We were not made eternally to weep." Passage Two: From "Theme for English a" by Langston Hughes "Being me, it will not be White. But it will be a part of you, instructor. You are white— yet a part of me, as I am a part of you.That's American. Sometimes perhaps you don't want to be a part of me.Nor do I often want to be a part of you.But we are, that's true! As I learn from you, I guess you learn from me7 although you're older—and white— and somewhat more free." Which statement best describes the relationship between the two passages? (5 points)0 Passage One portrays a discontent speaker, while Passage Two portrays a contemplative speaker.0 Passage One portrays the speaker as content, while Passage Two portrays the speaker as disgusted. o Passage One and Passage Two both focus on the reciprocal relationship between the races. 0 Passage One and Passage Two both portray a bitter, jaded response to inequality among races. 10. Read the following passages before you choose your answer.Passage One: From "The Criteria of Negro Art" by w.e.a. Du Bois "Thus all Art is propaganda and ever must be, despite the wailing of the puriss. I stand in utter shamelessness and say that whatever art I have for writing has been used always for propaganda for gaining the right of black folk to love and enjoy. I do not carefor any art that is not used for propaganda. But I do care when propaganda is confined to one side while the other is stripped and silent." Passage Two: From "How It Feels to he Colored Me" by Zora Neale Hurslon "out 1 am not tragically colored. There is no great sorrow dammed up in my soul, nor lurking behind my eyes. 1 do not mind at all. I do not belong to the sobbing school of Negrohood who hold that nature somehow has given them a lowdown dirty deal andwhose feelings are all but about it. Even in the helter—skelter skirmish that is my life, I have seen that the world is to the strong regardless of a little pigmentation more or less. No, I do not weep at the world--l am too busy sharpening my oyster knife. Someone is always at my elbow reminding me that I am the granddaughter of slaves. it fails to register depression with me. Slavery is sixty years in the past. The operation was successful and the patient is doing well, thank you. The terrible struggle thatmade me an American out of a potential slave said 'On the line!' The Reconstruction said ‘Get set!‘ and the generation before said 'Go!‘ lam off to a flying start and i must not halt in the stretch to look behind and weep..." which statement best describes the relationship between the two passages? (5 points) 0 Passage Two summarizes Passage One's claim.L) Passage Two is an example of Passage One's clalm.o Passage Two is unrelated to Passage One's claim. L) Passage Two contradicts Passage One's claim.
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