The bridegroom came with a friend to inspect the bride. Her parents were dizzy with anxiety and fear when they saw the god arrive to select the beast for his sacrifice.
What is ironic about the use of “god” in this passage?
The bridegroom is exceptionally ugly, but they call him a god.
The bridegroom doesn’t expect to find a beautiful young woman.
The word “god” refers to the sacrifice Subha is making for her parents.
The bridegroom doesn’t realize that his bride can’t speak.
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Her two elder sisters had been married with the usual cost and difficulty, and now the youngest daughter lay like a silent weight upon the heart of her parents. All the world seemed to think that, because she did not speak, therefore she did not feel; it discussed her future and its own anxiety freely in her presence.
Which point of view does this passage reveal?
i mean i think its talking in first person
First person means that it's from the author's point of view. This is from the third person perspective because the author doesn't seem to be a part of the story.
Well...no. It's third person, but it's certainly not limited. The other one means that the author knows the feelings and thoughts of every character, which this author does.
i have one more question please help i beg of you ;,(
How can a reader determine the theme of a piece of literature?
by considering a character’s growth, the author’s tone, and the effect of the piece on the reader
by identifying point of view, genre, and sentence structure
by analyzing figures of speech and rhetorical devices found in the piece
by locating the topic sentence and using it as the theme statement
Genre is kinda like theme right?
so its b
Yes, or at least that's what I believe anyway.
i failed with a 60
flutter my life
now i gotta do it all over again lmfao thanks for the help though..