Part a how does mundra develop a theme of the story? a. her choice to take something that does not belong to her develops the theme that continual abuse leads many to a life of crime. b. her decision to escape her situation develops the theme that there is only so much abuse a person will tolerate. c. her attempt to defend herself develops the theme that resisting punishment may often lead to further abuse. d. her decision to accept her fate develops the theme that people eventually abandon hope when faced with regular abuse. part b which quotation from the text best supports the response to part a? a. “an old blue rag, the remnants of a sari, lay on the floor near her. mundra picked it up quickly. as quickly and silently she slipped across the street, and—unholy act! ” b. “when mundra's tired hand relaxed its hold upon the handle of the grinding-stones and the strength in her little body gave out, with one swing of the arm, down upon the child's bare back came the tongs.” c. “down came the hot tongs a second time upon the tender, though dark, skin and mundra fell in a faint beside the mill.” d. “she knew not what might await her there, but, childlike, she had faith to believe that even unknown people would not treat a beggar more cruelly than she, a widow, had been treated by her own.”
Part A~ B. Her decision to escape her situation develops the theme that there is only so much abuse a person will tolerate.
Part B~ D. “She knew not what might await her there, but, childlike, she had faith to believe that even unknown people would not treat a beggar more cruelly than she, a widow, had been treated by her own.”
The answer for Part is B-D
3: I can't answer this one without context
The theme in both passages are similar because they both show don't lose hope or faith in something. According to
Passage 2 " and there have been many moments when I was sure all hope was lost." The passages present that theme because they both show the same perspectives but in different contexts. Like I said the theme was don't lose hope or faith in something and both passages shows that the person or whoever almost lost hope and almost gave up until they got where they're supposed to be.
Let me break this down for you!
1. Think about who your audience will be. For example, if it's your teacher then use proper, educational vocabulary. If it's your family, well, then just keep it casual, but still educational. And also, make sure you have a goal to your writing process so that your audience won't be confused on what you're talking about.
2. Make sure you don't have a one page study about you're research.
3. Use all the information you have! Don't make it go to waste.
4. Use vocabulary words you know.
5. Make it your own piece of work, don't copy from other people.
Hope this helps~ (even if I'm a little late)
The narrator develops the theme by starting it out with their hopes and dreams, along with their actual plans. It doesn't transition from the letter until later in the story, after Alma said, "You must really love what you do here." The author of this was saying his plans were to go to college, but the letter that told him otherwise was what gave him a life he really loved. If it weren't for that letter, he wouldn't be married to Alma, he wouldn't have those same three kids, he wouldn't have had those problems that made his life. That is why just that one letter changed everything, making his life exactly how it turned out he wanted it.
I cannot believe i just read all that without getting bored...
Also, i really hope this helps! :)
The road not take(in own words)
there was a man(author).He once saw a way diverging 2 roads. 1st road was walked by many people and the 2nd one was walked by very few and was dangerous, so he was confused to walk on which one, he finally choosed the 2nd one on which few people had walked.
this story tells us about tough decisions we should choose
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The theme of the text is true friends who are there to comfort, relieve us, and help us with our problems. As we see in the text Martin just does not post his grief over Jerome’s mom. He racks his brain how to help him because everyone chooses the easiest way to express their emotions, but Marin (with the help her mom) prepares food for Jerome and visits him. We see that they talked about trivial things, but what Jerome needs was somebody to support him.
The themes in this passage are expectation, frustration, overcoming, and it is developed through the main character’s actions, thoughts and speech .
The narrator was sure he was going to study in Ivy League school and he was going to have a perfect life. When things didn't happen as expected he felt very disappointed and frustrated. Everything he had planned had vanished. But then, he noticed that he was already happy, and he decided to take another route, a very different route, but a happy one. In the end, he felt lucky for having been rejected.
They were en route to get their train to the nation . Scouts Honor Theme: It's alright to surrender as long as you attempt. They crossed the scaffold to the nation and found a spot to set up camp, it began to rain and after the entirety of their battles they understood it was alright to stop, and return home.