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Q: Why does Woolf use long, rambling sentences and tangents in this story? A. She is mimicking the human mind. B. She is relating a long conversation. C. She is developing a complicated
plot. D. She is experimenting with punctuation. A. She is mimicking the human mind. B. She is relating a long conversation. C. She is developing a complicated plot. D. She is experimenting with punctuation
A: Woolf uses long, rambling sentences and tangents because (A) she is re mimicking the human mind.
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