Which of the following sensory details does not belong in Margaret Bourke-White's essay about the destruction of the dust storms of the 1930s?


a) Sight: cloth masks on people’s faces

b) Touch: prickly texture of the cactus that thrives in the dusty and dry states

c) Sound: whistling wind over the barren land

d) Taste: every spoonful of food seasoned by the dust




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