Answer to Question #95837 in History for Olegario Rosson

Question #95837
How did folk tales of Br’er Rabbit serve as covert resistance to enslavement?

A. The tales showed that enslaved people could publish novels based on a deep literary tradition.

B. The tales showed a smaller trickster conquering more powerful figures, who represented enslavers.

C. The tales made fun of the traditional European stories in the Mother Goose collection.

D. The tales encoded messages for people using the Underground Railroad.
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2019-10-07T09:11:19-0400

B. The tales showed a smaller trickster conquering more powerful figures, who represented enslavers. 


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