A symbolic narrative is also an allegory
In my neighborhood, gun-men walk around hurting people at night. Helpless people who barely have a sent get their "junk of a car" stolen. Madams with children lock their doors, for the gun-men want them.
1. I was awake a night; t'was a night of sorrow. Police outside my door, asking if you've seen "him." Going door to door, shivering children weep. Parent cannot eat, for the gun-man is here. "HIDE!" they scream. But t'was too late. Gun-man came, and did the worst.
2. Gun-man returned, hurdling an "AK" in his hand. "BAM, BAM!" shots went off. People closed the windows, hid in bathrooms, and prayed. The prissy females with button, downs scribbled anxiously on the wall.
3. In broad daylight, gun-man stroke. He took up a child, and left. She was never seen again.
the same purpose
an appeal to emotion
an appeal to reason
Both of the passages focus on the same purpose. It tries to convince the readers by<em> appealing to emotion</em> and<em> appealing to reason. </em>
Passage 1 appeals to emotion by using words and phrases such as <em>"dread"</em> and <em>"methods of barbarism." </em>These allow the readers to feel what the writer is claiming. Passage 2 appeals to emotion by using the words <em>"awake to life and freedom"</em> and<em> "long suppressed.</em>" It tries to convince the readers that India needed the freedom because it has been suppressed for a long time.
Besides appealing to emotion, both passages also<u> appeal to reason.</u> Passage 1 mentioned about the<em> "late war"</em> which happened in history. This is considered an evidence to his argument. Passage 2 mentioned about the<em> "dawn of history of India"</em> which backs his argument.
So, this explains the answers.
Well the answer isn't there the correct answer should be biography because it's a person that's writing a story about someone's life so...