ACT Reading 2.3 Prose Fiction
ACT Reading 2.3 Prose Fiction. Which of the following best describes the narrator's beliefs about revenge?
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So, we're on the hunt for the answer choice that reflects this hardcore attitude.
(C) is totally wrong. Forgive and forget? Yeah, right. That's the opposite of our
revenge-driven narrator's philosophy. It's the narrator who wants revenge, not
Fortunato, so we can nix choice (D). Our narrator is not about getting punished at all.
Choice (A) can be eliminated as well. Answer (C) sums up the narrator's philosophy
that it's OK to take revenge on somebody as long as you don't get caught.
Sounds like a good basis for a stable society to us; what could possibly go wrong?