Read the sentences from "To Build a Fire":
Any man who was a man could travel alone. But it was surprising, the rapidity with which his cheeks and nose were freezing. And he had not thought his fingers could go lifeless in so short a time.
Which best describes the mood created by the author's language here?
amused and unconcerned
anxious and alarmed
excited and hopeful
grateful and relaxed
hook yo girl up
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Probably B, anxious and alarmed. Reason being that the words "surprising" and "rapidity" are in there, which add to a quicker feel
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How does the setting of a rural farming village shape the conflict in "The Lottery"?
Characters are less likely to care for their family members.
Characters are less likely to be aware of new ideas about ending the lottery.
Characters are more likely to learn about the history of the ceremony.
Characters are more likely to hurry through the ceremony.
I'd go with B. In that kind of setting, you're not fully connected to the rest of the world, so you don't get ideas from others. Tbh that story has a lot of possibilities when it comes to backstories and the like. It's quite interesting