"Robert looked at me and for just a second, he really looked at me. For the first time, I felt like we were connected by more th
an just blood; we were siblings sharing that unique and very special bond that only siblings can share. I let go of my protective wall and allowed myself to imagine what it would be like if he didn't have autism. We'd shoot baskets together, gripe about our parents, fight over the bathroom. If my brother was a normal kid, I could be one too." The writer's tone in this passage is BEST described as
The writer is writing about imagining his/her brother without autism and thinking of how much fun they could have together and memories they could make. The author is writing from their emotions with wishful thinking of what it would be like to have a brother with a normal life instead of having autism. I hope this helped!! Have a blessed day :)
The correct answer of this answer is option C. The description of the attire of the strange man say of his social status that he belonged to the nobility. A nobleman uses special fabrics in his clothes. This denotes the status of a nobleman.
The correct answer for this question would be option B. Another name for the Jazz Age is the Age of the Era of Wonderful Nonsense. "The Twenties were a turbulent time, one too often stereotyped as the age of wonderful nonsense, Flappers and bathtub gin.