01: 52: 08 frederick which of these statements about family relationships is true on colonel lloyd's plantation? ne; on ng any thing ther was eldom saw d in the of us from r relationship ere, and was less than the n my new ness, i had d any one of o friendships with brothers and sisters are the only cheerful part of life on this harsh plantation. o children are separated from parental figures, and sibling relationships are not encouraged. o when young children seek the comforts of home, they often travel with their siblings. o enslaved children visit their parents and grandparents on neighboring plantations when they travel.
Explanation: Children are separated from parental figures, and sibling relationships are not encouraged.
B. Children are separated from parental figures, and sibling relationships are not encouraged.
In "Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass", the narrator who was a former slave himself tells of how he was treated as a slave and other people's experiences. Life on the land under Colonel LLoyd is brutal and the familial relations are not encouraged. Families are separated, siblings taken apart and the "grand master' as LLoyd was known, can do anything to the slaves. He made sure related bloodlines are not kept together and he also believes that the separation of families make them stronger, immune to the weak emotions. This separations ensure the focus of the slaves, making sure that there are no distractions from anyone. If they are encouraged to keep families, it only pose a hindrance to their work.
THE ANSWER IS D
I DID THE TEST
I'm unfamiliar with the book you are reading,
However, based on textual evidence, I think your answer relies somewhere in answer choice A or D.
I hope this helps!