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1001194
SUBJECT AREA English Language
DOCUMENT TYPE Essay
CREATED ON 5th June 2019
COMPLETED ON 13th June 2019
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"The Enormous Radio" discuss the word "enormous" both literal and connotative meanings

Question: "The Enormous Radio" is a fitting and significant title for Cheever's story. The word "enormous" here has both literal and connotative meaning(s). Discuss 500-750 words MLA No need to use complicated sentences or words Instructions attached
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