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6 November, 05:40

Read this passage from "The Black Cat": One morning, in cool blood, I slipped a noose about its neck and hung it to the limb of a tree; hung it with the tears streaming from my eyes, and with the bitterest remorse at my heart; hung it because I knew that it had loved me, and because I felt it had given me no reason of offence; hung it because I knew that in so doing I was committing a sin a deadly sin that would so jeopardize my immortal soul as to place it if such a thing were possible even beyond the reach of the infinite mercy of the Most Merciful and Most Terrible God. Why is the phrase "hung it" repeated several times in this passage? A. To make the reader better understand the story B. To emphasize the importance of the event C. To show that the author feels remorse because of his actions D. To allow the reader to feel bad about happened

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  1. 6 November, 06:33
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    The phrase "hung it" is repeated multiple times in the phrase to emphasize the importance of the event.
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