She tells the children about a house and even lies to them and says that there are "secret panels" (324).
They become very excited and Bailey decides to let them go see it and on the way there is when the tone and story line changes. " and the reader is not sure what will happen next.
Although a major conflict could result from her dislike of the family's choice of vacation spots, it does not. Even though these statements from the children to their grandmother are disrespectful, they do describe her character, as she "was the first one in the car..." the following morning (320).
When The narrator describes the mother as "a young woman in slacks, whose face was as broad and innocent as a cabbage and was tied around with a green headkerchief that had two points on the top like a rabbit's ears" (320). John Wesley, Bailey's son, asks the grandmother, "If you don't want to go to Florida, why dontcha stay at home? June Star replies that "She wouldn't stay home to be queen for a day," and goes on to say, "She wouldn't stay at home for a million bucks. The story continues to have comical parts as the family continues traveling to Florida until the grandmother remembers of a time when she was young and decides she wants to visit an old home.
This way, readers can learn the facts and form an opinion on their own.
Jamie graduated from Brigham Young University- Idaho with a degree in English Education.
This will help keep the writing impersonal, so you can focus on presenting the facts as they are.
The objective tone is sometimes referred to as the “academic tone.” As you present the facts in a research paper or other types of writing, it’s important to refrain from infusing your writing with your opinions.
Since you don’t want to focus on yourself as the writer, it’s important to avoid personal pronouns.
Some of the personal pronouns that should not be used in objective writing include: By including these pronouns, your writing will seem more subjective.