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English, 12.11.2019 10:31, Justinoreilly71

In a personal narrative, an author describes her move from a busy city to a rural farm. which she appreciates the change of pace in her daily life, she also realizes that the isolation can be lonely. she questions her role now that she is no longer climbing the corporate ladder and explores different ways to find fulfillment.
what two topics does this narrative most clearly address?

a. solitude and persevering under pressure

b. cultural beliefs and personal growth

c. personal identity and societal expectations

d. acceptance and fear of the unknown

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