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E. M. Forster is a writer whose personal beliefs are reflected in his work. Which of the following sentences might most likely be found in one of his stories? A. "As the Buddha says: desire is the problem." B. "She turned once again to the Torah for the guidance she needed." C. "… and just one law at that: be kind." D. "The man knew he had nothing to fear; God would protect him."
E. M. Forster is a writer whose personal beliefs are reflected in his work. The following sentence might most likely be found in one of his stories: "… and just one law at that: be kind."
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