What is the author's tone concerning Karait in the following passage?
Karait struck out. Rikki jumped sideways and tried to run in, but the wicked little dusty gray head lashed within a fraction of his shoulder, and he had to jump over the body, and the head followed his heels close.
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what do you think it is?
i would say b also
"Click here to read and refer to "Rikki-Tikki-Tavi" by Rudyard Kipling in order to answer the question below."
Why is the setting important to the story?
Only the British people are kindly to mongooses, so the story could not happen anywhere else.
The animals are particular to one location, so the story would be different if it occurred elsewhere.
The setting is not important and has little influence on the story overall.
It could only occur in the 1900s because British people do not live in India anymore.
I think either b or c
wow..kei..thanks 4 replying 2 pm..
sorry june, you were offline when i looked at it
What are the cobras symbolic of?
-.-..u could of still replied...true friends..huh?