NEED HELP FAS Read the excerpt from chapter 13 of The Awakening. [Edna] stretched her strong limbs that

NEED HELP FAS Read the excerpt from chapter 13 of The Awakening. [Edna] stretched her strong limbs that ached a little. She ran her fingers through her loosened hair for awhile. She looked at her round arms as she held them straight up and rubbed them one after the other, observing closely, as if it were something she saw for the first time, the fine, firm quality and texture of her flesh. She clasped her hands easily above her head, and it was thus she fell asleep. Which best explains how the excerpt is an example of realism? The actions of the character are automatic and out of her control.

Strong imagery is developed through the use of figurative language.

The action takes place in the present and the details are true to life.

Strong imagery is developed through the use of connotation.​

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  1. its D                                          

    Chopin uses language that is overly descriptive of the actions a woman takes as she prepares for sleep.

                                                                                                                                                 

                                                                                                                             

                                 

                                                               

  2. you know that de=ef because if you were to fold that circle in half then they would both line up or if you were to measure it they would be the same measurement. you could say something like that. that's what i would say.

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