Readers may initially be irked by the book’s apparent (i)_____ but, once immersed in the author’s prose, they may come to regard the work’s (ii)_____ as an asset.
In which of the following years was the total numb......
Fundamental to democracy is the idea of natural ri......
Though a film studio produces works that are (i)__......
Scholars have marveled over the (i)_____ that Shak......
To contrast the demeanor of Austen’s clergy-man ......
After Betty found a qualified assistant to help he......
The playwright’s approach is (i)_____ in that he......
It is a testimony to Lid’s _____ that she could ......