21. Which of the following statements best describes the structure of this passage?
A. It begins and ends with a series of assertions that
surround a story used by the narrator to support
and elaborate on those assertions.
B. It contains a highly detailed anecdote that the narrator uses to show how the claims she makes in the
first paragraph are wrong.
C. It compares and contrasts the narrator’s perspective on an incident in her life with the perspectives
of several other people, such as her parents.
D. It consists mainly of a story about a recent event in
the narrator’s life that she feels taught her an interesting but ultimately insignificant lesson.