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    I have to do a little talk on this. Passage is from page 60 "Archer withdrew.." to top page 64


    How has Wharton communicated meaning in your passage? Find examples of literary devices, using the correct terminology, and quotations to demonstrate.



    I have found nothing
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    Is this from Age of Innocence ?
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    (Original post by the bear)
    Is this from Age of Innocence ?
    Yes.
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    http://www.shmoop.com/the-age-of-inn...y-devices.html
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    Just write about how its about war and love and peace all at once
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    It doesn't apply to my passage
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    (Original post by Steve5427)
    It doesn't apply to my passage
    There's no mention of flowers in that passage?
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    (Original post by jneill)
    There's no mention of flowers in that passage?
    I just looked and I don't think so
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    (Original post by Steve5427)
    I just looked and I don't think so
    Ok, so there are 2 instances of "Archer withdrew...". What are the full sentences at the start and end of the passage?

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    For example, if it's this one: "Archer withdrew reluctantly with the unwelcome documents."
    Where does he go immediately afterwards?

    Or this one: "Archer withdrew with a stiffly circular bow"
    Oh look he visits a what?

    Maybe re-read the passage
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    (Original post by jneill)
    Ok, so there are 2 instances of "Archer withdrew...". What are the full sentences at the start and end of the passage?

    Edit to add:
    For example, if it's this one: "Archer withdrew reluctantly with the unwelcome documents."
    Where does he go immediately afterwards?

    Or this one: "Archer withdrew with a stiffly circular bow"
    Oh look he visits a what?

    Maybe re-read the passage
    I have 5 minutes till lesson. Please.
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    (Original post by Steve5427)
    I have 5 minutes till lesson. Please.
    You didn't 3 hours ago.
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    (Original post by jneill)
    You didn't 3 hours ago.
    Yes I did. Lunch had finish now
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    Yes I did. Lunch had finish now
    You had a 3 hour lunch break? Can't you work and eat? It's a useful multi-tasking skill.

    Dude, you need to do the work.

    Good luck.
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    (Original post by jneill)
    You had a 3 hour lunch break? Can't you work and eat? It's a useful multi-tasking skill.

    Dude, you need to do the work.

    Good luck.
    No 1 hour lunch.
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    (Original post by Steve5427)
    No 1 hour lunch.
    So how did your talk go?
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    (Original post by jneill)
    So how did your talk go?
    Managed to get away with it
 
 
 
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