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English, 14.10.2021 05:42

In 2 or 3 paragraphs, analyze your personal response to the story “The Lumber Room” by Saki. As you write about your response, you may want to consider some of these questions: Were you puzzled by Nicholas’s behavior? Did you sympathize with the aunt? Did you find the ending funny? Did you relate to a desire to outwit an older and more powerful opponent? In your essay, discuss the ways Saki’s use of literary elements and devices evoked your reactions to the characters, plot, and theme. What was the theme? How was it conveyed? Be sure to cite evidence from the story to support your main ideas. i

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the correct answer is d. in john paston's letter written friday, 14, 1476, he expresses his fear that he may have to go to war.

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