At a neighborhood fair in Texas, somewhere between the German Oom-pah Sausage Stand and the Mexican Gorditas booth, I overheard a young man say to his friend, “I wish I had a heritage. Sometimes I feel—so lonely for one.” And the tall American trees were dangling their thick branches right down over his head.
Which best explains how Nye’s text structure s establish her voice in the excerpt?
Nye relates a story about something she heard to emphasize the point she wants to make about heritage.
Nye compares her experience to a stranger’s experience to express her ideas about the importance of heritage.
Nye lists food booths at a neighborhood fair in Texas to make a statement about diverse foods in America.
Nye uses a cause-and-effect format to show how heritage can limit a person’s cultural diversity.