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English, 08.11.2019 00:31 robertstoll81

"i forced the last stone into its position; i plastered it up. against the new masonry i re-erected the old rampart of bones. for the half of a century no mortal has disturbed them."
a. irony/sarcasm
b. setting
c. characterization
d. tragic resolution

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