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Please provide a quote analyzation from the book "Into Thin Air"...

Please provide a quote analyzation from the book "Into Thin Air" from chapters 16 - 21 connecting to the themes in the book? What does the quote tell us about character or plot development or theme? How does it connect to other parts of the text? How does it connect to other texts, or the world, or personal life? How does it connect to our course essential questions about the truth and reality? How does the author use literary devices and elements here and to what effect? (symbols, motifs, etc.) What impact does this section have and why? What questions does this bring up, and how do you think you can answer them? Answer each question separately and in detailed descriptive way.


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Extra explanation;

Please provide a quote analyzation from the book "Into Thin Air" from chapters 9-15 that makes the audience or you think and also are connecting to the themes in the book?


Please provide the following answers in a detailed explained way with example and in a high school level explanation language:

  1. How does the quote relate and makes the audience interested or makes them think and why? Talk about how and why the quote interests you as a person and how it will interest and enhance the meaning that is conveyed to the audience. Also talk about why it will make different groups of people think and reflect.
  2. What does the quote tell us about character, plot development and theme? Talk descriptively about each part about the character, plot development and theme and give detailed explanations and examples with the explanation. Give detailed explanation and connect each theme and point to the novel and the quote.
  3. How does it connect to other parts of the text? Show and describe how the quote connects to the book, its characters, its themes and all other elements and parts.. Also show how it connects to the text with examples and include personal life examples
  4. How does it connect to other texts, or the world, or personal life? Talk separately about each, other texts, the book itself, the world, personal life and different experiences and also give examples. Give examples about each type of the connection and what is its impact? personal life and common examples to be included.
  5. How does it connect to our course essential questions about the truth and reality? Talk about how the quote in applicable in real life and can be related or if the quote is a type of sarcasm or parody or any other device like irony. Also tell if you think it is the truth and if it is a trusted source.
  6. How does the author use literary devices and elements here and to what effect? (symbols, motifs, etc.) Give all the literary devices and elements that the author used. After that connect each element and device to the novel, characters and especially the quote. Also give detailed explanations and examples . Specifically show how it relates to the quote and discuss the purpose of the device and the effectiveness.
  7. What impact does this section have and why? Talk about the impact on different types and groups of people. like the impact on audience, the characters, the readers and personal experience and thoughts, Also talk about why will it make the audience think and why does it make you think as an individual.
  8. What questions does this bring up, and how do you think you can answer them? Talk about the questions that it will bring in different groups of people's mind. Also include examples with detailed explanations. Also talk about the answers for the questions?


Please cite all text references, indirect paraphrases, references and direct quotes.


Connect all the thoughts together and ensure that they are related to the QUOTE and the novel and the theme and whatever.


Please give the answer in a high school level English and not too complicated language terms just copied from some website.


You could use one of the quotes:

  1. "Mortality had remained a conveniently hypothetical concept, an idea to ponder in the abstract. Sooner or later the divestiture of such a privileged innocence was inevitable, but when it finally happened the shock was magnified by the sheer superfluity of the carnage"
  2. "We were too tired to help. Above 8,000 meters is not a place where people can afford morality."
  3. "Four of my teammates died not so much because Rob Hall's systems were faulty [...] but because on Everest it is the nature of systems to break down with a vengeance." 

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