I believe the correct answer is it helps the reader to invest in the main character, Sylvester.
This is because the use of a First-Person point of view shows the inner-thoughts, feelings, and ideas of the narrator (or main character). An objective view of something is void of emotions. It is an unbiased text, therefore choice A is incorrect. Answer choice B is also incorrect because understanding "ever characters' thoughts" is Third-Person omniscient, not First-Person. I believe answer choice D is incorrect because the theme of the story is not dependent upon the point of view in which the story is being told.
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At first he is surprised and defensive, but later he recognizes his mistakes.
Because it the passage states that "he understood that not by gold, but by good works only, could he render service to God and his fellow-man." this means that, if anyone find any riches that you found somewhere but don't know where but guessed what "drop it". cause in my opinion for me to god is that great work pays off that any cases of how life is tretering and your choices, so no matter how hard you life get there this word "try again" and that word signifies the meaning of god to never give up if you truly want to help the ones you love.
Write what the first paragraph is about/based on (you may wanna read it a few times so you can remember it) and repeat that process for the 2nd and 3rd paragraph.
Now when writing a summery you want to take things like the main ideas and details that support the main idea. So basically take all if the important facts or sentences and write a paragraph or 2 about it.
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The answer is emjabment. Based on the lines from Patricia Jabbeh Wesley's "One Day", it can be seen that she uses enjabment when creating her own structure. Enjabment, in poetry, refers to the continuation of one poetic line to the next line without the use of punctuation.