I still remember her 20th birthday

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readily recall my awestruck eleven-year old eyes
as I watched Deaf men and women of all ages
dance in unison to the vibrations
of speakers booming so loud
that I imagined angels chastising us
for disturbing their worship
with such beautiful blasphemy
until you have seen
a Deaf girl dance
you know nothing of passion.
How does the narrator's perspective change in this excerpt from the poem? IS
(5 Points)
He begins to understand that his sister is deaf.
O He realizes his sister's difference makes her remarkable.
He comes to enjoy hearing music played loudly.
O He discovers he's jealous of his sister's passion.

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He realizes his sister's difference makes her remarkable.

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i'm not sure if this is right this is just what i think the answer is

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Cydney Walker
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