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- Choose the most appropriate answer for each question.
- Question 1 :
The impulse behind purple prose, he wrote, “is to make everything larger than life, almost to overrespond, maybe because, habituated to life written down, in both ______, we become inured and have to be awakened by something intolerably vivid.”
In his bones, he ______ winter was drawing on sooner than usual.