Passage III

21. When Bradbury claims, “Thus I fell into surprise” (line 46), he’s most nearly referring to the:

  • A. discovery that for him the secret to a creative outpouring was to use a word-association method to write fiction.

  • B. long-forgotten experiences he would remember when he would talk with his childhood friends in person.

  • C. realization that he wrote more effectively about his current experiences than about his past.

  • D. several methods other writers taught him to help him write honest, authentic stories.