In "marian anderson sings," the author writes, "standing tall and determined, anderson looked like a queen. inside, though, she was terrified."
why does the author of the story include these lines?
a. to show that anderson, despite her appearance, was nervous
b. to show that anderson, despite her success, doubted the quality of her singing voice
c. to show that anderson, despite her fears, felt confident
d. to show that anderson, despite her experience, never got over her stage fright
the answer is a direct object
his humanity shines from every page as he bears witness to the tragedy which befell the jewish race at the hands of the nazis. wiesel was a romanian-born jew whose home town of sighet was occupied by the hungarians for most of the second world war. in may 1944, all the jews in the area were forced into cattle wagons and transported to auschwitz.