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How does the image of the valley as a closed pot support the author's theme? A. The closed pot reminds the reader of the country's prevailing anxiety. B. The concept of a cozy valley instills in the reader a homey feeling. C. The valley reminds the reader that the economy is at its lowest point. D. The words closed pot give the reader a sense of confinement.
The image of the valley as a closed pot support the author's theme in that: The words closed pot give the reader a sense of confinement.
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The image of the valley as a closed pot support the author's theme in that: The words closed pot give the reader a sense of confinement.
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