Describe the voice of the narrator in your independent reading book. Then, explain how the writer’s diction and imagery create this voice. You might also mention other literary elements, such as juxtaposition, that contribute to the narrator’s voice or point of view. Be sure to do the following:
- Begin with a clear thesis of your position.
- Include multiple direct quotations to support your claim, and punctuate them correctly (be sure to quote only single words when quoting diction)
- Include transitions between ideas and a concluding statement
YOU ALSO MUST: Choose any sentence from your response. Underline the complete subject and double underline the simple subject