ENGLISH MIDDLE SCHOOL

Which character from American born Chinese experiences a character arc over the course of the novel? A). Steve

B). Danny

C). Timmy

D). Melanie

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Answer 1
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The correct answer is "B: Danny".

"American Born Chinese" is divided into 3 tales.

The third tale narrates the story of Danny. An American white boy who is visited every year by his Chinese cousin Chin-Kee. Due to Chin-Kee's use of numerous stereotypes regarding American culture, he is often bothered by his visits.

It is later revealed that Danny is actually a character in the second tale named Jin Wang. Jin Wang decided to "transform" into Danny because he considered that being Jin Wang would prevent him from pursuing a girl he liked.

In the end, Chin-Kee reveals himself as "The Monkey King" from the first tale. Chin-Kee presents himself to Danny in order to remind him of his origins and accept himself as it is.

Answer 2
Answer:

The correct answer is B. When Danny appears for the first time in the story is a blond and white teenager who attends the same high school as Jin, it is not yet known that he is really Jin. Danny has a cousin named Chin-Kee that ruins his life. In the end the monkey king is revealed to Danny and asks him to return to his true form, Jin.  


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It could be the B I just checked google and I’m correct!!!!!! It B
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circular reasoning
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I think it would be overgeneralization 

hope this helps

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Circular reasoning because the rest don't make any sense with this passege
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