A. [W]hen He aims for something to stay put, He makes it up-and-down ways, like a tree or a man.
Explanation: In "As I Lay Dying" by William Faulkner, Anse is described by his neighbors as a lazy man. He tries to justify his laziness by explaining that God created mankind to stay in place, because mankind stands upright like a tree. "[I]f He'd a aimed for man to be always a-moving and going somewheres else, wouldn't He a put him longways on his belly, like a snake? It stands to reason He would." Anse in As I Lay Dying, pp. 34-5
D) [W]hen He aims for something to stay put, He makes it up-and-down ways, like a tree or a man.
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