Why does longfellow compare each part of the british ship to a prison bar...
a) to show that the ship is dangerous
b) to show that the ship is unable to move
c) to show the the ship has been oppressed
d) to show that the british are committing a crime
A) to show that the ship is dangerous
The ship looks especially frightening like a gigantic dark pillar that is significantly additionally threatening in its reflection in the water and he needs to demonstrate the peril that Paul is in and furthermore as a notice of the supreme domination of the British rule.
the correct answer is: [d]: " espionage " .
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a) to show that th...