1. What does his use of metaphors tell about the writer's expectations for his new electric typewriter?
The writer uses metaphors to tell the reader about his expectations of his new electric typewriter and how he wants to have a typewriter with all latest features.
2. What does the reader learn about the writer's typing ability?
The reader learns that the writer is a single-digit typist, commonly referred to as "hunt-and-peck" typing.
3. What do the metaphors used in the Prologue tell the reader about what the writer wants to provide for them?
The use of metaphors in the Prologue tells the reader that the writer wants to provide a story that is both thought-provoking and entertaining, a feel-good novel.
4. What is the writer's expectation for the typewriter?
The writer has high expectations for the typewriter because he looks highly upon the sales person's endorsement of the typewriter and states, "If this typewriter can't do it, I'll swear it can't be done."
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