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I urgently need your help for two main reasons, Writeacher.
1) First, how would you express the following concept when presenting the programme for an exam:
total (complete?)reading of the abdridged edition of Orwell's 1984.
2) Second, I need to find the paraphrase (and comment) to Emily Dickinson's "Art thou the thing I wanted?" (poem 1282), which deals with her possible anorexia.
I'm including the poem itself. I really hope you can help me rephrase it.

Art thou the thing I wanted?
Art thou the thing I wanted?
Begone -- my Tooth has grown --
Supply the minor Palate
That has not starved so long --
I tell thee while I waited
The mystery of Food
Increased till I abjured it
And dine without Like God --

  • Art - ,

    1) First, how would you express the following concept when presenting the programme for an exam:
    total (complete?)reading of the abdridged edition of Orwell's 1984.
    I'd need to see the entire sentence.

    2) You should try this, line by line. One thing to know -- "my Tooth has grown" can mean that she has gotten older ... or that her starving herself has damaged her teeth.

    Try it, line by line.

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