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Literary Analysis: Author’s Voice Read the selection. Then, answer the questions that follow. I’ve come to terms with my dreaminess, my absent-mindedness—well, okay, my ditziness! Why do I characterize myself this way? A few examples might make this description very clear. They might include such mild eccentricities as mismatched socks and paint smudges on jeans and in hair. Or I could cite more embarrassing moments, perhaps having to do with personal hygiene or misunderstandings.

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    But why bother with the descriptions; you’ve probably already grasped the idea! Which of these phrases best describes the author’s voice? A. somber and weighty B. driven and intense C. neutral and lifeless D. humorous and informal

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    What is most likely the author’s purpose for writing? A. to inform B. to persuade C. to explain D. to entertain

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