ACT Aspire Reading: Characterizing the Narrator's Relationship with the Setting

Which sentence best describes the narrator's relationship with the people of Dunnet Landing?

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relationship with the people of done atlanta and we're going

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to think about that as we skim Well let's think

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about this question with sense Best arrives in their relationship

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with the people of done it landing well the narrator

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in this passage watches the people have done it landing

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but they don't know she's watching them Kind of creepy

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huh Her observations reveal that she likes the people She's

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seas But she also knows she's not one of them

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Who An outsider She never talks to the townspeople personally

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For one she gets all the hot gossip from mrs

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todd At the end of the passage she outright confesses

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that she does not belong at dunnit landing In many

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visit to a small town novel like this one the

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narrator is well negative but this one isn't She's keenly

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interested in the townspeople weaken tell because while she's creeping

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on them through a window and clearly isn't uninterested like

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inbee So that's it It's got to be See Everything

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else totally doesn't fit The narrator's a welcome visitor That's 00:01:18.872 --> [endTime] it