AP English Literature: The Evolution of Characters

The primary function of the second paragraph is to describe Catherine's

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AP English Literature and Composition
AP English LiteratureForm and Structure
AP English Literature and CompositionForm and Structure
Form and StructureIdentifying functions and effects of certain parts of the structure
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All right So there's the first very long paragraph and

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there's the second right Such a count of ten to

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fifteen appearances were mending She began a curler hair along

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their moment and their love of dirt gave him an

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inclination of finery And Catherine Girl's quite a good looking

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girl She's always pretty today were interned and Cradle can

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receive it Art so clearly the girl's grown up well

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The second paragraph moves Catherine forward in life to the

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age of fifteen The first sense of the paragraph is

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the greatest help here in transitioning ideas Such was Catherine

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Morland at ten finishes the serious started in the previous

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paragraph and then at fifteen you know begins The change

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is detailed in the paragraph So the answer is it's

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about a transition from a child of ten to a

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young woman of fifteen Well Katherine's interest in becoming a

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heroine doesn't show up until the third paragraph SOC comes

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out of nowhere and her life from birth to age

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ten is the focus of the first paragraph So get

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rid of a Catherine's parents air creatures on ly to

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comment on her personal improvement So get rid of B

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and so far none of gatherings accomplishment have fitted her

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to be a heroin So get rid of me So

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that's it The answer is it's all about the transition 00:01:31.04 --> [endTime] Yes