B. through the use of careful diction and sentence structure
If you're unable to locate a known author of website is this still considered credible
What is ethos? can you give me an example
Read the excerpt from A History of the World in 100 Objects. This object has on it the image of a king, but this particular example has been appropriated by women – disfigured by a slogan as an act of female protest against the laws of the state. It is a British penny with King Edward VII in elegant profile, but his image has been defaced in what was then a criminal act. Stamped all over the king’s head in crude capitals are the words VOTES FOR WOMEN.
Why does the author include this description of the penny in beginning of the chapter?
to emphasize for the reader the difference between modern currency and the British currency of that time period
to make the reader wonder about what was featured on the other side of the penny
to make the reader visualize the coin and become interested in learning more about the culturally significant artifact
to explain to the reader how women of this time period were negatively affected by most laws
to make the reader visualize the coin and become interested in learning more about the culturally significant artifact.
By describing you first the object, then that it was illegal to do what they had done to it, and then the way of protesting he wants the reader to be interested first in the penny, but as the text progresses he wants you to start paying more attention to the other important details that the penny brought with it.
The reason why the author includes this description of the penny in the beginning of the chapter is option C.What is Imagery?
This refers to the use of vivid descriptions to paint a mental image of a particular thing in the minds of the reader.
Hence, we can see that imagery was used in the given passage with the description of the penny which helps to make the reader visualize the coin and become interested in learning more about the culturally significant artifact.
Read more about imagery here:
The rain falls like the sun rising upon the mountains what type of figeritive language is this
This is a simile.
A simile is a comparison using the words "like" or "as."