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6. PART B: Which of the following best supports the answer to Part A?
O A. "O Machine!' she murmured, and caressed
her Book, and was comforted." (
Paragraph 92)
B. "In the plain were seen the ruins of cities,
with diminished rivers creeping by their
walls" (Paragraph 119)
O C. "there will come a generation that had got
beyond facts, beyond impressions, a
generation absolutely colourless, a
generation seraphically free from taint of
personality, which will see the French
Revolution not as it happened, nor as they
would like it to have happened, but as it
would have happened, had it taken place in
the days of the Machine." ( Paragraph 217)
D. "The sigh at the crises of the Brisbane
symphony no longer irritated Vashti; she
accepted it as part of the melody." (
Paragraph 256)

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