Which best describes a central theme of chapter 6 of life on the mississippi?

Which best describes a central theme of chapter 6 of life on the mississippi? a. a situation’s romantic appearance is not always connected to its true nature. b. the process of growing up can be very difficult and sometimes painful. c. one should always pay close attention to the words of older people. d. you can learn quite a bit by simply observing the world around you.

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The statement that best describes a central theme of chapter 6 of Life on the Mississippi is B.The process of growing up can be very difficult and sometimes painful. This means that you can grow with the pain and challenges in your life.
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repetition

Explanation: They use the word “love” only five times throughout the whole story until chapter 6. In chapter 6 alone, they use the word “love” 15 times. They repeat the word to get the theme across.

Explanation:

Frankenstein finds a letter from his father informing him that his youngest brother William has been found strangled.  They thought the motive for the murder was the theft of a miniature portrait of their mother that William was wearing round his neck. Elizabeth blamed herself for allowing William to wear the miniature and leaving him alone in the country. Frankenstein immediately left for Geneva, stopping by on the way to visit the site of his brother's death. He found the creature there and realized that he was William's murderer. He hesitated to raise the alarm because he felt that no one would believe him. When he reached home, he felt bad for Justine, who was arrested and suspected of the murder. Justine was awaiting her death and Frankenstein felt guilty.

if the repeat themselves a lot d if theres pictures b dialogue is the grammer in it like commas and punctuation brainliest plz

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