Why does Welles mention that H. G. Wells’s The war of the worlds had been turned into a comic strip? A. To support his statement that audiences were familiar with the story
B. To warn the audience against believing everything they hear on the radio
C. Make audience feel silly for believing that the broadcast was an actual news report
D. To get people interested in alternate versions of the story


what play?


try to do soaps tone.


o-occasion (the reason the author wrote the poem)

a-audience (who is this poem mostly for)

p-purpose (was it to convince, inspire, etc. the audience)

s-speaker (can be the author or another character, like is a child, adult, woman, elderly, animal narrating the poem)

tone- the mood the reader gets from this poem

mood- the mood the author had with their own poem

meaning- what do you think the meaning is?

message- what is the author trying to explain to the audience? like what is the theme?

if you still don't get it try showing everyone the poem so they could unravel it

Hi your answer to your question is A: To support his statement that audiences were familiar with the story

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