The correct answer for the question that is being presented above is this one: "The frame story is the tale of Mr. and Mrs. Gant’s community involvement, conveyed in chronological order. Thomas Wolfe organize the text "Look Homeward, Angel" using <span>The frame story is the tale of Mr. and Mrs. Gant’s community involvement, conveyed in chronological order.</span>
The frame story is the tale of Oliver Gant’s life and marriage, presented in chronological order.
The way of this oddly retrospective narrative introduction, the circumstances of Eugene Gant’s early years are set forth, and events from his life even as a small child are then recorded at some length.
July 1753. Off the Coast of Sierra Leone, West Africa
Muhammad Bilal is traveling on a slave ship from Africa, where he was captured by slave traders. He is trapped with other slaves in close quarters for a voyage of at least a month. Like the others, he suffers from pain and thirst, and longs for the end of the journey.