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Is this sentence below correct grammatically ? Thanks!

Throughout the story a couple of crucial events take place, but we shouldn’t merely focus on these occurrences themselves, but rather on Edie’s assessment of them.

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    It would be better if you divided this into two sentences. It's quite awkward as it is.

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