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When Elie speaks of the ghetto, he notes that "Little by little life returned to 'normal.'"
What is the function of the quotation marks around "normal"? Choose all that apply.
The quotation marks indicate that Elie is quoting a word his father says.
The quotation marks emphasize the ironic meaning of "normal."
The quotation marks emphasize that life has truly returned to "normal," acceptable routine.
The quotation marks show Elie's disgust with ghetto life.
The quotation marks reveal that the Jews feel safe, or "normal," behind the barbed wire surrounding the ghettos.