Read this excerpt from the point of view of addie bundren's son jewel in as i lay
and now them others sitting there, like buzzards. waiting,
fanning themselves. because i said if you wouldn't keep on
sawing and nailing at it until a man cant sleep even and her
hands laying on the quilt like two of them roots dug up and tried
to wash and you couldn't get them clean. i can see the fan and
dewey dell's arm. i said if you'd just let her alone.
which statement best explains how faulkner uses a modernist technique in this
a. he omits large portions of the narrative to force readers to draw their
b. he creates a character who is angry and impatient and who talks to
c. he uses inconsistent punctuation to show that jewel is mentally
d. he captures the frustrated, disjointed way jewel is thinking and feeling.
it's d. man can be hurt and even destroyed but still have the ability to control how it is viewed.
the correct option is option a "she puts the needs of others before her own".
in this short and masterfully written excerpt, the author does an excellent job introducing the depths of the character of ruth by giving away just a few crucial details.
ruth checks up on her husband who is getting up, without calling attention to herself. immediately after, she returns to the kitchen, wiping her face and fixing her hair in an attempt to hide her exhaustion and go on with her duties.
this description paints a clear picture of a woman that is putting the needs of others before her own. that is the strongest sense we take away from the excerpt.
hope this !
most likely the most credible source would be the diary of anne frank.