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English, 07.11.2019 17:31, zanaplen27

Why does longfellow compare each part of the british ship to a prison bar...

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
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