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As I Lay Dying
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  • He drags a second plank into position and slants the two of them into their final juxtaposition, gesturing toward the ones yet on the ground, shaping with his empty hand in pantomime the finished box.

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  • Shakespeare often makes us think by juxtaposing contrasting concepts like youth and age or freedom and responsibility.
  • It is a city where poverty exists in a startling juxtaposition to great wealth.

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