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English, 03.12.2019 08:27 romeojose2005

Read the passage from "by the waters of babylon.”

sometimes signs are sent by bad spirits. i waited again on the flat rock, fasting, taking no food. i was very still—i could feel the sky above me and the earth beneath. i waited till the sun was beginning to sink. then three deer passed in the valley going east—they did not mind me or see me. there was a white fawn with them—a very great sign.

which details does the author include to describe the setting? select two options.

“fasting, taking no food”
“signs sent by bad spirits”
“waited again on the flat rock”
“did not mind me or see me”
“the sun was beginning to sink”

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