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Their Eyes Were Watching God

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Native Americans

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What is ironic about the field workers' view of the Native Americans in the Everglades?

A

The workers expect the Indians to have a closer relationship with nature, yet they ended up in the same predicament.

B

The workers have a friendly relationship with the Seminoles, but the Seminoles didn't offer them any help when the hurricane came.

C

Indians were viewed as a lower social class, but after the hurricane, the Seminoles were more equal to the white populations because of shifting fortunes in the aftermath of the disaster.

D

The workers thought that the Seminoles were cruel, but the Seminoles worked the hardest to help save other people during the storm.

E

The workers think the Indians are intellectually inferior, yet the Indians are one of the first groups to realize they should leave the Everglades for higher ground.