Eng - The Lady in the Looking

Howdoesthenarratorseeisabellawhenshefinallyappearsinth

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Unformatted text preview: drawing room “had its passions and rages and envies.” What figure of speech is this? What has Isabella gone into the garden to do? What did the writer imagine contained all the secrets about Isabella’s life? What suddenly blocked out the view reflected by the mirror? What were the writer’s thoughts on the contents of the letters? “…surely she must be happy.” What does the writer believe are the elements of happiness that Isabella seems to have? Why does the writer...
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