Read the excerpt below and answer the question. "But I want it done now," said Miss Ophelia. "What's your hurry?" ... "I want to
make sure of it," said Miss Ophelia. "You may die, or fail, and then Topsy will be hustled off to auction, spite of all I can do." The excerpt above is an example of _____ . characterizationdramatic tensionforeshadowingverbal irony
This is most likely to be an example of foreshadowing. In this passage, Miss Ophelia is worried about the possibility of Topsy being sold if her owner were to die. This is why she wants to own her as soon as possible and thus ensure her well-being. This is an example of foreshadowing because the owner will indeed die shortly, and the scenario will take place, except that it will be other slaves who are sold, and not Topsy.
The New Deal was the name given by the president of the United States, Franklin D. Roosevelt, to his interventionist policies developed between 1933 and 1938, consisting of a series of programs, public work projects and financial reforms aimed to relief the effects of the Great Depression. Among others, some of the major public programs and agencies were the Social Security Administration, the Farm Security Administration, the National Industrial Recovery Act of 1933 and the Civilian Conservation Corps. Most importantly, the Civil Works Administration played a fundamental role in the economic recovery, directly providing jobs to unemployed Americans; in January 1934, the Agency goal was already fulfilled, having created 4 million jobs for unemployed and vulnerable citizens.
Remember in the beginning of the American settlements it is going to be all on that one side of the continent next to new York, because that is all they could get to on boat, and it takes a while to travel on foot.
"Through nonviolent protest, the civil rights movement of the 1950s and '60s broke the pattern of public facilities' being segregated by “race” in the South and achieved the most important breakthrough in equal-rights legislation for African Americans since the Reconstruction period (1865–77)."