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2. As you read George and Hazel's discussion about breaking the laws, what is the best question to ask yourself?
O Why don't George and Hazel, as well as everyone else in this society, revolt against the government?
What does this conversation reveal about the narrator's and the author's points of view?
O What is the answer to George's question about what happens to society when everyone breaks the rules?
What is the point of George losing his train of thought every time Hazel asks him a question?

1 Answer

  • Answer:

    What does this conversation reveal about the narrator's and author's point of view?

    Explanation:

    I am not sure what text this question is pertaining to but I feel like this question is the most broad and can lead to more open discussion pertaining to the prompt. It also seems like the best question because it is talking about the author's perspective and that influences the characters that are in the text.

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