Read the following excerpt from Katherine Anne Porter's "The Jilting of Granny Weatherall":She tried to remember. No, I swear he never harmed me but in that. He never harmed me but in that . . . and what if he did? There was the day, the day, but a whirl of dark smoke rose and covered it, crept up and over into the bright field where everything was planted so carefully in orderly rows.What is one purpose of the symbolism used in this passage?A.To compare Granny to "a whirl of dark smoke"B.To link two unlike concepts: a field and mountainsC.To make a connection between Granny and the readerD.To illustra
The purpose of the symbolism used in this passage is To illustrate the destruction of Granny's dream
The question is not complete since it does not provide the complete options to answer it, here are the options:
A. To compare Granny to "a whirl of dark smoke"
B. To make a connection between Granny and the reader
C. To link two unlike concepts: a field and mountains
D. To illustrate the destruction of Granny's dream
This excerpt from Katherine Anne Porter's "The Jilting of Granny Weatherall" use several metaphors that represent the destruction of who the dying grandma used to be as the reader can see through the story, it tells the life of her as important events and the consequences of many things that took her to the end.
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What is one example of a type of medium? A. A children's storybook B. The story's protagonist C. The story's climax D. An unreliable narrator
A. A children's storybook
A Children's Storybook