Which statement about the narrator is correct?
The narrator uses purely standard English and so seems entirely outside of the story.
The narrator reflects the Southern environment when she uses the phrase “walked on off,” an example of nonstandard English.
The use of “walked on off” makes the narrator sound the same as Tea Cake.
The narrator contrasts Tea Cake’s dialect with her own standard English to show his lack of education.
it's the second choice
The novel's set in the South during the first half of the 20th century. The way the novel is written is reflective of this. That's why the answer is the second choice. "walked on off" is a phrase that was common among African Americans in that particular area.
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i ain't gonna write your whole essay for you at least you have a starter
sorry i ain't gonna do the whole assignment for your class or whatever
The narrator uses purely standard English...