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Determine the class of the italicized pronoun. John himself should have known better even if Joe did not. personal relative interrogative demonstrative indefinite reciprocal intensive reflexive
could you tell me which word is italicized please.
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User: Determine the class of the italicized pronoun. John himself should have known better even if Joe did not. personal relative interrogative demonstrative indefinite reciprocal intensive reflexive

Weegy: could you tell me which word is italicized please.
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User: himself

Weegy: In the octave, [ Keats compares himself to an explorer who has travelled far and wide and that in the course of his voyages he has heard of Homer's famous 'domain' but that he couldn't visit it and experience its beauties till he had read the English translation of Chapman. ]
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