How does the author portray scotty in this excerpt?

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A the crowds transformed by his response is your answer.

The right answer is A His confidence is transformed by the crowd’s response.

At the beginnig of the excerpt we have a clear clue that would lead us to the correct answer "... a swell of approval palpable as rain lifted from the center of the crowd and rolled out toward its edges..." meaning that the crew was encouraging him because they liked what they were watching, feeling. This passage describes how the crew reacted and how it gave strenght to him to go on the stage and perfom on it.

The correct anwer is option A that his confidence is transformed by the crowds response.

Explanation:

In actually in this excerpt the relationship between the crowd and Scotty is symbiotic because it  takes from one another. As he stands up the crowd get excited and by that his performance gets more energetic.

the answer is A. hope it helps.

His confidence is transformed by the crowd’s response.

Scotty is described as being a "quavering husk...just moments before." This shows his lack of confidence and anxiety about being on stage. Once the crowd's enthusiasm and excitement for his performance reached him, it is described as "lifting him off his stool...unleashing something strong, charismatic, and fierce." This change in his demeanor shows his confidence grow in response the crowd.

A. His confidence is transformed by the crowd’s response.

Scotty is described as being a "quavering husk...just moments before." This shows his lack of confidence and anxiety about being on stage. Once the crowd's enthusiasm and excitement for his performance reached him, it is described as "lifting him off his stool...unleashing something strong, charismatic, and fierce." This change in his demeanor shows his confidence grow in response the crowd. Options B and C are wrong because we don't know anything about his musical ability and he is not described as being angry. D is also incorrect because none of his moves are described...he only stands up.

A). His confidence is transformed by the crowd's response.

Explanation:

Characterization plays a vital role in conveying the intended picture or image of a particular character to the audience so that they could elicit desired response about each character accordingly.

As per the question, Scotty in the given excerpt from 'A Visit from the Goon Squad' is portrayed as the one 'whose confidence boosts and gets transformed by receiving the positive and encouraging response from the audience' by the author. The author begins the passage with presenting Scotty as a little nervous and quavering and he had to redouble his force in order to face the audience but the audience's cheer and the swell of approval from the center of the crowd gave transformed his confidence and brought the hidden 'strong, charismatic, and fierce' side of Scotty. Therefore, option A is the correct answer.

A) His confidence is transformed by the crowd’s response.

Explanation: In the given excerpt from "A Visit from the Goon Squad" we can see that Scotty is described as a "quavering husk" expressing that he was really nervous just before going on stage. But after the crowd showed a lot of excitement and started to demonstrate their approval, Scotty's confidence is transformed ("...unleashing something strong, charismatic, and fierce") so the correct answer is option A.

"His confidence is transformed by the crowd’s response" is the way among the choices given in the question that the author portray Scotty in this excerpt. The correct option among all the options that are given in the question is the first option or option "A". I hope that the answer has come to your great help.
In the excerpt, the author portray scotty in this way : his confidence is transformed by the crowd's response.
Readers could see that as soon as he heard swell of approval from the audiences, he gained more confidence

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