In Rain Myths, ‘The Chinese Rain-Master” and ‘The Madagascan Myth” both feature

In Rain Myths, “The Chinese Rain-Master” and “The Madagascan Myth” both feature

I believe the answer is: origin stories In a story, origin stories refers to the events in the past that make a certain character become a protagonist or the antagonist in the story. Both of the story mentioned above depict how a myth is formed,and tell a story about the actions and behaviours of a character that made him/her become a myth.

In Rain Myths, “The Chinese Rain-Master” and “The Madagascan Myth” both feature origin stories. Explanation: In Rain Myths, “The Chinese Rain-Master” and “The Madagascan Myth” both feature origin stories, because these kind of stories are about events in the past and tend to refers to a character that become a central protagonist/myth. Also, in both these myths the origin of the rain is a feature.

In Rain Myths, “The Chinese Rain-Master” and “The Madagascan Myth” both feature origin stories. In a story, origin stories are all those past events that lead a certain character to become a protagonist or the antagonist in the story. Both stories, “The Chinese Rain-Master” and “The Madagascan Myth” describe how a myth is created and tell a story that deals with the behaviours and actions of a character that made him/her become a myth.

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origin stories
Explanation: Both myths have a responsibility to explain how the rain originated, how that origin affected the environment where the history and the characters passes and how important this was for life. These myths do not present any passage that evidences moral or ethical values, deities, rewards or penalties, but are committed to tell a story of origin in the way that is most appropriate for the myth.

Origin stories. Explanation: Both works show the past of characters and the situations that created the experiences and shaped the behavior of the characters until today. These are stories of origin, which portray how the stories we know have become what they are, showing their birth, their development and their personal experiences.
The stories mentioned above show how myths are formed and what are the factors that allow myths to reach what they are today.

Answer 6

Neither of the stories appears to have anything to do with family values, so we can go ahead and eliminate that answer. The second passage, The Madagascan Myth, does not feature rewards for good behavior, so obviously, they do not both feature that and we can eliminate that answer. The same rule applies to penalties, as they do not both feature penalties. I would pick origin stories, as they both have to do with the origin of rain. Hope this helps.

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Answer 7

Origin stories

Origin stories, they  have nothing to do with the other 3 possible choices.

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