Virginia Woolf _______ conventional notions of truth: in her words, one cannot receive from any lecture "a nugget of pure truth" to wrap up between the pages of one's notebook and keep on the mantelpiece forever.
Correct Answer : D
The pond was a place of reek and corruption, of ____ smells and of oxygen-starved fish breathing through laboring gills.
According to author Dishant gautam, a novel is ________ to write when compared to a play is like ________ an election where one has to appeal to a thousand people at a time whereas in a book one appeals to one only person.
It will be hard to ____ Leonid now that you have so ____ him.