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Apr 16

When you have so few sentences, one sentence represents a greater fraction of the piece, and therefore hold far more weight than say, the same sentence in a novel

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Apr 16

Even without dialogue, even with this one sentence, JUST THE PHRASING of it tells the reader so many things about the relationship!!! Just the phrasing!!!!!

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Words are always important, but especially in such a short work, literally EVERY SINGLE WORD iS SO IMPORTANT

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on Laws

laws are rules meant for peace and security.

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