answer: i have found the same question on brainly.
maybe this might .
there's only 5: 00 to complete answer can i comment
i’m writing a memoir and i’ve been given the great suggestion of placing a ‘sub-narrative’ within some of the chapters – sort of, what was going on with me in the grand scheme of things.
i was wondering how to format this so that it is very obvious we are stepping out the of story.
firstly is a change in font from serif to sans workable? i also use dashes for a scene change. was thinking of using a different scene-changer too.
here’s a (shortened) example:
university – or what’s known as ‘uni’ in australia – were some of the best days of my life. where else do you get to potter around in a great location, have very little responsibility, learn lots of things, do lots of things and walk out four years later with a bonus – a degree!
with my university years i had immersed myself into community of intelligent ambitious people. generally everyone had a confidence about themselves. they knew where they were going in life and weren’t threatened by others.
next normal paragraph continues here…
(sorry couldn’t show the fonts in this comment field)