"in the water she suddenly perceived a panting trout. . they were no longer afraid of the darkness as they hunched down and peered in at the fish panting in his tiny prison, his silver stomach going up and down like an engine." according to the description of the trout given by the author, what do you think julia's perception of the trout was?
I believe it’s not afraid or unfearful
I think that Julia's perception of the trout is a sensation of pity for it.
After reading this excerpt, we can understand that Julia feels relieved when she sees the trout. She stops being so afraid when she sees the trout in what she perceives as a prison. She feels kind of sorry for the trout. She feels sad for it and for the darkness it lives in, and that makes her own fear feel smaller.
i think it is d tell if im wrong
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