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Last CR Question: Pg. 525 Blue Book #7

wafflewaffle 442 replies148 threads Member
edited March 2006 in SAT Preparation
Why is it E and not A? I thought it clearly reflects his multifaceted writing style.
edited March 2006
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  • AceMaster33AceMaster33 80 replies0 threads Junior Member
    it is not the greatest question, but the passage talks about how his letters were informal throughout his life and always reflected his moods. In this sense, he was consistent in his style because he was always informal and indicated his moods. Also, the passage speaks of his deviation from this consistency only "on occasion," showing that he was quite consistent. It was definitely a tough question to answer without very careful reading, but this is how they separate the SAT boys from the SAT men. Hope this helped.
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