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Part a read the passage and view the image. which choice states an accurate analysis of the works? the narrative gives details of a colonial town during the revolutionary era, whereas the image contains only the massacre. both works include the climactic moment of the conflict between the soldiers and the boston townspeople. both works portray the boston massacre from the point of view of the townspeople, not the soldiers. the image conveys the fear and confusion surrounding the boston massacre, whereas the narrative contains little emotion. question 2 part b which detail is featured in both the image and the written narrative depicting the boston massacre? both works show the role that women played in the boston massacre. both works show young boys cheering on the fight. both works identify the first man to be shot by the british soldiers. both works suggest that the townspeople were unarmed

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