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FAN AND MEDAL HERE!!!!!! Use of Diction & Connotation in the passage of The Calypso Borealis By Jon Muir
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hi I need help
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um... what grade are u in
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9 th grade
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my question on the top
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In John Muir’s The Calypso Boreals, he paints a picture of beauty in both the complexity and simplicity in a garden in which a calypso grows. By using words like “simple purity” and “softness”, Muir is able convey how beautiful the garden is to him. By utilizing such diction, the author gains the ability to add imagery and emotions into his work.
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I need one from each paragraph in the story

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