please answer these questions 5.6.7

Jan 3rd, 2015
Anonymous
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1.) In which excerpt from “A Sound of Thunder” does Bradbury build a sense of mystery? 


1. “'People called us up, you know, joking but not joking. Said if Deutscher became President they wanted to go live in 1492.'”
2. "First a day and then a night and then a day and then a night, then it was day-night-day-night-day. A week, a month, a year, a decade! a.d. 2055. a.d. 2019. 1999! 1957! Gone!"
3. '"Christ isn't born yet,' said Travis. 'Moses has not gone to the mountain to talk with God. The Pyramids are still in the earth, waiting to be cut out and put up. Remember that. Alexander, Caesar, Napoleon, Hitler—none of them exists.'"
4. "Step on a mouse and you crush the Pyramids. Step on a mouse and you leave your print, like a Grand Canyon, across Eternity."

2.)   What is a common theme for “The Open Window” and “A Sound of Thunder”?
1.Superstition prevents progress.
2. History should be respected.
3. Humor is usually the best defense.
4. Things are not always as they seem.

3.) 
Which answer best contrasts the use of third-person point of view in “The Open Window” and “A Sound of Thunder”?
 
1. “The Open Window” uses the third-person omniscient point of view, while “A Sound of Thunder” relies on third person limited.
2. “The Open Window” uses the third-person objective point of view, while “A Sound of Thunder” relies on third person limited.
3. “The Open Window” uses the third-person limited point of view, while “A Sound of Thunder” relies on third person objective.
4. “The Open Window” uses the third-person objective point of view, while “A Sound of Thunder” relies on third person omniscient

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