What sections does the "Story of an Eyewitness" make connections with its readers? Sorry, I don't quite understand what the question means.

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  1. That's a strange question, for sure.

    "make connections with its readers"
    Are there places in that story in which the reading audience is specifically addressed? Or maybe there are places in the story when the readers are asked questions, even subtly?

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