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English, 04.10.2016 10:16

In “hanging fire,” the speaker switches topics frequently from line to line in order to a. build her feeling of anger. b. emphasize all the thoughts of someone at her young age. c. describe her as too busy. d. give the reader her feeling of depression.

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