deism is the belief that a non-interfering god exists and has nothing to do with protecting ppl's right. so it is false.
one of the advantages of germany during wwii was the fact that germany was located in central europe; while being in the central part of europe is fairly disadvantage, you can look at it in a different perspective, in that all fronts would have a fairly even distance, and that messages would be easier to transfer home. this allows them to use blitzkrieg to the fullest, as they were able to cut off and defeat countries before they were able to communicate with allies.
the answer is b it is protected by the governement
the narrator is paul laurence dunbar.
paul laurence dunbar is one of the most widely known- and probably one of the best- poets to write in dialect. my favorite poem of his is without qualification the poet and his song (a poem written in standard english), yet every time i read one of his dialect poems (or any such poem for that matter) i’m always moved in a way that doesn’t happen with standard english reads. both have their beauty, but poems in dialect seem to me to impart an apperception of culture that poems in grammatically correct english cannot. it is in this sense that i feel poems in dialect are prettier and more interesting. (don't get me wrong, almost all of my favorite poems are in 'correct' syntax.)
i think you can get two sentences you like from there