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Chapter 7 is one of the most important chapters in the book as it is basically the climax or turning point of the book! I know a lot of you kids prefer spark notes than reading, but I would really suggest reading this one chapter. It is very useful
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Anyone know an example of parallel structure or parallelism in this book?
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