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How does the point of view of the narrator in the passage from Guiding Emily: A Tale of Love, Loss, and Courage create dramatic irony?
- A. The narrator is a service dog, but Mark treats it as more or a pet
- B. Mark relies on the narrator for directions, but Mark could function without the dog
- C. The narrator hopes to have an encounter with other people and dogs, but Mark is unsure
- D. Mark finds companionship with the narrator, but Mark is willing to make friends with people
Read the excerpt from Source 6. 1 knew what that meant. 2 But where was her guide dog? 3 Weren't people with white canes supposed to have someone like me with them? *** 4 was staring at her, still incredulous that she didn't have a guide at her side, when she swung her face to me. 5 Her eyes may not have seen me, but the broadcasted intelligence, kindness, and wit. 6 In that moment, I knew there was something between us. Question: Which sentences from the passage best help the reader to understand the word incredulous ?
- Sentence 1 & 2
- Sentence 4 & 5
- Sentence 2 & 3
- Sentence 5 & 6