Read the paragraph from an interpretive literary analysis.

amy tan describes a change in jing-mei's attitude. this provides readers an overall description of jing-mei and a clue to the overall idea tan wants readers to consider in "two kinds”: "i looked at my reflection, blinking so that i could see more clearly. the girl staring back at me was angry, powerful. this girl and i were the same. i had new thoughts, willful thoughts, or rather, thoughts filled with lots of won'ts."

to revise the paragraph and make the analysis clearer, what literary terms should be substituted for the underlined words in the paragraph? select two options.

a) allusion
b) characterization
c) imagery
d) irony
e) theme

(its b and e)

Answers

S O - P R E T T Y

Explanation: i feel you and can relate i feel as if your poems need to be heard

Intrinsic motivation: The narrator refuses to change her true nature to please someone else.

Explanation:

I took the test.

C. I knew I should be practicing chromatic scales and arpeggios to enhance my fingering skills, but I preferred to spend my time on Rhapsody in Blue—extra fortissimo!

Explanation:

By reading the sentence, we can tell that the author is describing certain volumes of the piano's range. This would be something that grabs the attention of a musician. The sentence is not simple and boring, but appropriate in the presence of a professional.

ans is The narrator is brave for finally finding the strength to stand up to her mother.

A few pointers

in the third paragraph fifth stanza, it doesn't flow well take out about.

And the last paragraph when it says I feel my tears in my eyes that has a bit of a choppy flow too.

Explanation:

willfilness

Explanation:

I knew myself, at the first breath of this new life, to be more wicked, tenfold more wicked, sold a slave to my original evil . . .

Direct characterization refers to a situation in which an author tells us what the personality of a character is. It is different from indirect characterization, in which the author does not directly describe the character, but instead outlines his personality through detailing his actions and behaviour. In this passage, the author is telling us that the character was "wicked, tenfold more wicked," which is an example of direct characterization.

"I knew myself, at the first breath of this new life, to be more wicked, tenfold more wicked, sold a slave to my original evil..."

hope this helps

Step 1:  Determine which options are correct

To revise the paragraph and make the analysis clearer, what literary terms should be substituted for the underlined words in the paragraph? Select two options.

- Option B:  characterization

- Option E:  theme

The options that make sense are Option B and E.  The reason why Option B makes sense is because to revise this you can indeed use characterization to make it better.  Also, the reason why Option E is correct is because you would need to add a theme to make it more clearer.

Look at attachment


Read the paragraph from an interpretive literary analysis. amy tan describes a change in jing-mei's

characterization and theme



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