With the extra income, the bookers moved to a housing project. "loveman's village was brick," wash said, "and it was warm and well lit. there was a bathtub. it had hot and cold running water. there was a gas heater with a thermostat that came on whenever it got cold." how does this excerpt readers make a personal connection to the story?
by connecting readers to Wash's satisfaction with his home
In the excerpt, Wash is describing his home in the housing project. The excerpt helps readers make a personal connection because it connects them to the satisfaction with his home. This is the only thing that is actually described in the excerpt. There is no mention of employment opportunities, his morning routine, or neighbors. All of the other options are incorrect because there is no evidence of these others in the excerpt.
the above excerpt the readers to make a personal connection to the story by connecting readers to wash's satisfaction with home.
it was in may 1963 that the african americans in birmingham came out with a march to the jail in order to protest against the brutality of the police. most of the adults found it a risk to participate in the march. instead, the and the teenagers participated wholeheartedly in the march to secure their freedom. the above excerpt presents before the readers the cruel nature of the police over the unarmed people in the same way as the nazi's cruelty lingered over the jews. the presented the similarities in their sufferings and discrimination as that of the nazis.