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Can some one please check my work? Thanks! From the words below supply the words needed to complete the sentences.
occult; serene; partisans; fervor; fledgling; blasphemous

1. Even though he was a FLEDGLING writer, his work suggested he was a professional. Once in a FERVOR, he wrote ten chapters in two days: it was a novel about the OCCULT in which the devil buys a man's soul.

2. The controversy divided the town with PARTISANS joining each side. While the author's supporters described the book as a novel about the occult, critics called it BLASPHEMOUS.

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