English, 13.12.2023 18:12 carleygalloway103

Lines 161–165: Compare these lines to lines 91–96 of the excerpt from Flesh & Blood So Cheap. What details are similar in each account of the spreading fire? What would likely be the source of the detail about the air seeming to be on fire that makes it a fact and not an image from the author’s imagination?

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