Chapter 10 of The Book of Unknown Americans

Chapter 10 of The Book of Unknown Americans

Chapter 10 of The Book of Unknown Americans. Could you maybe give more specific evidence from the passage? like the meaning of the specific evidence

Chapter 10 of The Book of Unknown Americans. Could you maybe give more specific evidence from the passage? like the meaning of the specific evidence instead of the meaning of the passage as a whole consider this: Now look more carefully at the passage in order to find specific words or images that repeat, or that

belong to the same pattern or metaphor or image, or that interrupt a pattern in the passage (narrative or

description within a passage that is mostly dialogue, or the direct speech of other characters in the middle

of a longer narration/description). You may also notice something that stands alone in your passage but is

part of a pattern or development or image throughout the book.

an example could be like this: Do any of these words or images or literary techniques group together? Try to find three or four kinds of

evidence. For example, at the end of Alma and Arturo’s last conversation, where she learns that Arturo

does not blame her and he tells her not to blame herself for Maribel’s accident (p. 246), there are many

words associated with water: tears, wellspring, streamed, draining away. I infer that water is an

important image in this passage, but it is a metaphor or symbol. I may plan to write a paragraph about this

group of words that imply “water” as a metaphor—and then try to suggest what the metaphor of water adds to what happens to Alma in this passage. and also when you give a quote from the passage can you properly cite it  

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