anonymous
  • anonymous
Please help me, will give medal. The narrator in "The Book of Sand" describes the book he buys as infinite and _________. A. Monstrous B. Predictable C.Enlighting D. Invisible
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anonymous
  • anonymous
monstrous
anonymous
  • anonymous
he says it is monstrous because he gets obsessed with it
anonymous
  • anonymous
he loses his sleep along with his self control from wanting to keep the book all to himself and has to hide the book in the library to keep it safe does that sound like it would make the book monstrous in his eyes?

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