Thinking about writing an autobiography? Imma let you finish, but this guy wrote the best autobiography of all time. Of. All. Time. Let's give his already inflated ego another boost and figure out what makes his autobiography so special.
|ASVAB English||Paragraph Comprehension|
|Reading Assessment||Inferences in Single Passages|
[ mumbles ]
All right, why does the author feel that this autobiography
will be a model for all future autobiographies?
And here are the potential answers.
[ mumbles ]
All right, well, it takes a certain amount of ego to write an autobiography,
which this author has in spades.
After all, his document will be the model for all others.
But why is he so confoundingly confident?
Option A's a tempting choice because the author does mention
his autobiography will be published after he dies.
But this isn't the reason he thinks it'll be so important.
It's more just a stage in the complete autobiographical process.
Now, given that the book is gonna be published after
he dies, it's kind of impossible for it to come out
while he's still alive.
Unless he's in some sort of quantum state
of death and aliveness or he's a zombie.
But, uh, zombies aside, B is clearly not the correct answer.
And while the author does demonstrate astounding confidence
in declaring his autobiography a model for all
future autobios, he stops a bit short of saying
it'll be the best book ever written.
We're talking just 50 Cent sized ego, uh,
not quite Kanye. So D's not it, either.
What the author does state is that the autobiography
will be admired because it brings past and present face to face.
This means that past and present will be happening at the same time,
making option C the correct answer.
Now if only the author knew that his perfect model for autobiography
would eventually devolve into Instagram.
Well, at least we can take artsy pictures of... cake.
[ oh, yeah ]