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Thank you. Could you check these other sentences.


1) Dorian Gray envies the figure in the portrait becaue he wishes he would stay young forever.
2)He says he would give his soul to be young forever as the painting would be. (like the portrait?)
Lord Henry is a symbol of hedonistic and decadent upper classes, despising the Victorian virtues of work and morals, generally associated with the middle classes.
3)This poem is addressed to all those who consider war (as?) sweet and fitting.
4)While she is looking at the old furniture she thinks back to her mother's death/she remembers her mothers' death?

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    1) Dorian Gray envies the figure in the portrait because he wishes he could have stayed young forever.

    2) He says he would give his soul to be young forever as in the portrait.

    Lord Henry is a symbol of hedonistic and decadent upper classes, despising the Victorian virtues of work and morals, generally associated with the middle classes.

    3) This poem is addressed to all those who consider war sweet and fitting.

    4) While she is looking at the old furniture, she thinks back to her mother's death?

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