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Onomatopoeia in Blue Winds Dancing

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Blue Winds Dancing, Thomas S. Whitecloud

Whitecloud, Thomas S. Blue Winds Dancing. N.p.: Cloudfront.net, n.d. PDF.

The repeated use of onomatopoeia suggests that

A

the author wants to create a complete picture of life in "my Wisconsin" (line 18).

B

the narrator is overwhelmed by the noise of "being civilized" (line 40).

C

the author is mimicking the sound of the train the narrator is riding.

D

the author perceives the world of Native Americans to be loud and unruly.

E

the author wants to depict the ambiance of the natural world.