Which is an example of an ordinary setting made more interesting because of
a character’s emotions?
O A. The TV blared into the dull room, and the little boy stared out
numbly from the sofa.
O B. As the terrible wind lashed at the windows, the family raced down
the stairs to the basement.
O C. The grocery store aisles were as crowded as ever, but today the
man felt completely isolated.
O D. The aroma of cookies baking drew Susan toward the bustling,