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Read the excerpt from "A Modest Proposal." But, as to my self, having been wearied out for many years with offering vain, idle, visionary thoughts, and at length utterly despairing of success, I fortunately fell upon this proposal, which, as it is wholly new, so it hath something solid and real, of no expence and little trouble, full in our own power, and whereby we can incur no danger in disobliging England. Which statement effectively paraphrases this excerpt using a quotation? A. Swift states that he has “been wearied out for many years with offering vain, idle, visionary thoughts” and almost gave up any hope of ever achieving success of any kind. B. Swift writes that after much time and effort, he has finally come up with a solution that is “solid and real, of no expence and little trouble” to address the problem of poverty. C. “I fortunately fell upon this proposal, which, as it is wholly new, so it hath something solid and real, of no expence and little trouble, full in our own power,” claims Swift. D. Since we can incur no danger in disobliging England, Swift believes he has come up with a proposal that will finally solve the issue of overwhelming poverty in England.

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Kathy Robinson on February 7, 2019

The statement that, effectively, is a paraphrase of the previous extract using a citation is:B. Swift writes that after a lot of time and effort, has come to a solution that is "solid and real, of no expense and little trouble" to deal with the problem of poverty.Through "A Modest Proposal" Swift wants to convey their thoughts about the problem that has been plaguing the country. He speaks of the poverty that has ravaged the country. He wreaks havoc on the people that despite the reduction of poverty has given its participation in the increase. He adds that the reason for the poverty in Ireland is the cause of that ambitious people.


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