She was a warrior with the soft armor of a seamstress; a warrior with the powerful weapon of the Sunday school teacher; a warrio
r wearing a warrior's helmet made of a crown of perfectly coiled braids; a soldier whose tank in this battle was a city bus; an improbable warrior leading an unlikely army of waitresses and street sweepers and shopkeepers and auto mechanics; a warrior protected in this army by the piercing weapons of love and nonviolence, more powerful than any weapons or any army before or since. Jennifer Granholm, "Remembering Rosa Parks" Which sentence best states the effect the repetition of the word "warrior" has on the audience?
In this sentence lies the explanation of the use of the word warrior.She is not a soldier in real life but she has wars to fight.The last sentence makes it clear that the sort of warrior this girl is will not go to battle but will face every situation she has to in her very difficult life.
A run-on sentence actually refers to two or more sentences found in one, but not connected using conjunctions or any type of punctuation mark. Having this in mind, the correct answer is <span>C. Lindsey was exhausted she had not gotten enough sleep for weeks. </span>