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Page 46, Passage #3

btownsquee
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For this passage:

I interpreted lines 1-4 as the author being negative towards Joyce's work because of the phrases "less than readily decipherable", "seemingly endless opportunity for speculation for construction and meaning." Why is it considered viewpoint neutral?
Dave Killoran
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Hi Btown,

We posted a new answer key for that drill on the book website, and the drill answer key can be found here (will open as a PDF). That changes the line references in a few of the items (which had gotten knocked out of alignment by a reformatting, and also addresses the one you mention).

Thanks!
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