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Navigating the Night: Paul Revere's Unfounded Worries as He Rides for Revolution

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Question: In Passage 2, what does Paul Revere worry about that readers know will not be a problem for him? He thinks he will not be able to see the lanterns hanging in the church. He believes he will have to walk a long distance after crossing the river. He is concerned he will be unable to find Adams and Hancock in Lexington. He is afraid of losing his way to Lexington after being chased by the British.

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Without the context of Passage 2, it's difficult to provide a definitive answer. However, assuming you're referring to Paul Revere's famous ride and his concern of seeing the lantern signal ("one if by land, two if by sea") from the Old North Church, we know from history that he indeed saw the lights (two lanterns indicating the British were coming by sea). So he needn't have worried about not being able to see the lanterns. But again, I would need the specific text of Passage 2 to give a precise response.

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May 9, 2024, 7:31 a.m.

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Published: Thursday, May 9, 2024

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