English, 18.10.2019 10:50, JordanJones04402

Ishall never forget the ecstasy with which i received the intelligence that my old master (anthony) had determined to let me go to baltimore, to live with mr. hugh auld, brother to my old master's son-in-law, captain thomas auld. which of the following statements best explains how douglass uses objectivity in this passage to convey his perspective?
a. he admits his emotion about baltimore, but does so in a measured, formal way.
b. he refers to anthony as "my old master" to establish his credibility.
c. he creates pathos by describing the author's "ecstasy" about seeing hugh.
d. he avoids romanticism by explaining the relationship between hugh and thomas.

answer is "d"

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