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Which excerpt from extremely loud and incredibly close reveals a childish tone? a. as for the bracelet mom wore to the funeral, what i did was i converted dad’s last voice message into morse code, and i used sky-blue beads for silence, maroon beads for breaks between letters . . b. she said it was the best gift she’d ever received. i asked her if it was better than the edible tsunami, from when i was interested in edible meteorological events. she said, “different.” c. i wanted to tell her she shouldn’t be playing scrabble yet. or looking in the mirror. or turning the stereo any louder than what you needed just to hear it. it wasn’t fair to dad, and it wasn’t fair to me. d. i made her other morse code jewelry with dad’s messages—a necklace, an anklet, some dangly earrings, a tiara—but the bracelet was definitely the most beautiful, probably because it was the last, which made it the most precious.
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B. What a child often does is ask if their gift is better than something else they have given before or something else given by someone else. A childish way to give a gift is to find out if it is the ‘best’ gift.
C may look like a child, but many people of all ages have opinions about what people should or should not do after a person dies, and this feeling of inequality crosses more ages than children one.