For James Arthur Baldwin, the answer is A. He was a sharp critic of the narrations based on facts and suffering of the Black Race. He expressed his justified rage with mild confrontation and an aggressive style. He was prepared to hurt in his writing if it was needed but he always kept his dignity with an essential balance. We can say that his style was to reach consciences by way of minds and he was willing to forgive, but unwilling to forget.
For Zora Neale Hurston, the answer is C. Her essays were personal narratives, autobiographical and she didn't wish for pity. She was willing to bury the painful memories of the Negro suffering because she was a spiritualist person and a philosopher. She used to say that black and white were alternative beats of the same heart and even though she was a granddaughter of slaves, she usually tended to reach consciences with the heart. Her writing was a prose with a poetic heart.
For James Baldwing the answer is A. He was known for writing clearly and his prose has been called bold and courageous by many critics.
For Zora Neale Hurston the answer is D. One of her most well-known works is Seraph on the Suwanee, that is about poor white people trying to succeed in Florida
b. baldwin expressed his pain honestly in his essay, but he spoke gently and with occasional humor.
c. hurston focused on portraying black culture and society in a positive, self-affirming way.
i think the answer is second