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What factors constitute the context of a story?
Why is understanding the author’s background and experiences important for comprehending a text?
How might a book written for young adults differ in its content and style from a book written for adults?
If a novel is set during the Civil Rights Movement, which of the following themes would you expect to find in the text?
You’re reading a book set in rural Yorkshire in the early 20th century, where the main characters are struggling farmers. Which of the following historical and social conditions could potentially impact the story’s events and characters’ lives?
If a novel is set in a society with strict gender roles, how might this context influence the themes and characters’ conflicts in the story?
Consider the following passage from a novel:
“The barren landscape stretched as far as the eye could see, interrupted only by scattered remnants of once-majestic factories. In the town’s heart, men and women hustled, their faces weary, their clothes threadbare. All shared a common, silent understanding – times were hard.”
Based on the context provided in the passage, which historical period or event could this novel possibly be referencing?