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Narration “Sister Flowers” 2. How does Angelou use sensory details and imagery in paragraphs 2-4 to introduce Mrs. Flowers’ character? Angelou uses sensory details and imagery to show you how classy of a lady Mrs. Flowers was. By saying that she could appear warm on cold days and cool on warm days showed the respect Angelou had for Mrs. Flowers and the power she had. In every detail, Angelou uses sensory details and imagery to describe Mrs. Flowers, from her skin and smile to the dresses that she wore. 4. As an adult, what does Angelou suspect about her grandmother’s relationship to Mrs.
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Unformatted text preview: Flowers that she didn’t see as a child? Angelou realized when she was an adult that Mrs. Flowers and Momma were like sisters; they had things in common and enjoying talking to each other. The main difference between the two was the formal education Mrs. Flowers had. 8. Why does Angelou choose to use dialogue in paragraphs 37-41 instead of just describing the scene? The dialogue is used to help the readers identify and feel closer to Mrs. Flowers. The word choice that Mrs. flowers used shows the read great insight to her educational background....
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This note was uploaded on 04/21/2008 for the course ENG 101 taught by Professor Carter during the Spring '08 term at Murray State KY.

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