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Severe, the overseer, used to stand by the door of the quarter, armed with a large hickory stick and heavy cow skin, ready to whip any one who was so unfortunate as not to hear, or, from any other cause, was prevented from being ready to start for the field at the sound of the horn.
Severe was rightly named: He seemed to take pleasure in manifesting his fiendish barbarity. Added to his cruelty, he was a profane swearer. It was enough to chill the blood and stiffen the hair of an ordinary man to hear him talk.
Scarce a sentence escaped him but that was commenced or concluded by some horrid oath. The field was the place to witness his cruelty and profanity.
His presence made it both the field of blood and of blasphemy. From the rising till the going down of the sun, he was cursing, raving, cutting, and slashing among the slaves of the field, in the most frightful manner. His career was short. His death was regarded by the slaves as the result of a merciful providence.
He was a very different man. He was less cruel, less profane, and made less noise, than Mr. His course was characterized by no extraordinary demonstrations of cruelty.
He whipped, but seemed to take no pleasure in it. He was called by the slaves a good overseer. Congratulations - you have completed.Mark Haddon’s “The Gun” uses non-linear narrative elements to create a story that explores the ways individuals are shaped by personal history.
AP English Literature and Composition Course Description— This is the core document for this course. It clearly lays out the course content and describes the exam and AP Program in general.
The first act was in his AP English Lit exam; the second act was in his AP Euro exam. Edit (more stories): The year before me, a kid wrote two essays that were very funny on his AP Literature exam. The first was in binary (he only got about two sentences in) and a second essay, relevant to the topic, in iambic pentameter.
The AP English Language and Composition Exam is approximately three hours and 15 minutes long and has two parts — multiple choice and free response.
The multiple choice section is worth 45% and the free response section is worth 55% of the final exam grade. The Purdue University Online Writing Lab serves writers from around the world and the Purdue University Writing Lab helps writers on Purdue's campus.
Ace the AP English Language & Composition Exam with this comprehensive study guide—including 2 full-length practice tests with complete explanations, thorough content reviews, targeted strategies for every section of the exam, and access to online extras.