. “Barn Burning” includes a great deal of dialogue. How would you characterize the level of diction of this dialogue? What information about various characters does it provide?
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Answered by jill d #170087
The italicized passages are actually Sarty's thoughts; they make the story seem genuine, and they also allow us a glimpse of Sarty's inner feelings, which are filled with turmoil.