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 Rachael Wilkenfeld
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Hi nivernova,

In Passage B, the end of the second paragraph gives us one example of the criticism. It states that law students are told to pretend there is no real, emotional story behind the legal facts and cases that they learn. The passage suggests that this abstract style of writing is disconnected, and worse than a more rich and more creative text that could exist should lawyers embrace more of the narrative form when writing.

Hope that helps!

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