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This line: "the noblest and most agreeable of all possible castles." Would you say its more exaggerated or sarcastic?
Its from the story, Candide.
I put it down as exaggerated but wanted to make sure I was correct. Just by the tone of it, he seemed like he exaggerated it.

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  1. I agree with you ... exaggerated.

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  2. Thank you

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  3. YW!! =)

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