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Not surprisingly, the (i) ____________ of the printing press (ii) ____________ mass literacy, as books were no longer (iii) ____________ exclusive to the clergy and aristocracy. Blank (i) Blank (ii) Blank (iii) prospect subsidized tokens advent engendered windfalls triumph ameliorated assets Question 1 of 62 Dickens’s Uriah Heep, literature’s exemplar of (i) ____________, is doubtlessly not a unique figure either in fiction or in life. Who in real life has not seen (ii) ____________, cringing, sycophantic headwaiters, public servants, and car salespeople? Surely, Dickens was our premiere caricaturist, able to capture specific and recognizable human (iii) ____________ with broad strokes of…show more content…
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