In David Diop's 'The Vultures', the statement 'And the monotonous rhythm of the pate...
QuestionIn David Diop's 'The Vultures', the statement 'And the monotonous rhythm of the paternoster Drowned the howing on the plantations,' suggests that
A) music was more important than work
B) boredom received more attention than suffering
C) music was more pleasant than cries
D) religion received more attention than the suffering slaves.
The correct answer is D.
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