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# It is the individual stories, beginning with her own family‘

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It is the individual stories, beginning with her own family‘ [#permalink]  30 Mar 2020, 15:35
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It is the individual stories, beginning with her own family‘s, that give Reimagining Equality its narrative drive. Hill‘s (i) ______ from the youngest of thirteen children raised in rural Lone Tree, Oklahoma, to law professor at an elite Eastern university may be known to some. But it is still (ii) _______ and thrilling to read how her mother sent her off to college with a set of Samsonite luggage donated by a local teacher who (iii) _______ her young charge.

Blank (i) Blank (ii) Blank (iii)
pilgrimage distressing eschewed
dynamics abhorrent dismissed
trajectory poignant believed in

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Re: It is the individual stories, beginning with her own family‘ [#permalink]  13 Apr 2020, 03:15
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It is the individual stories, beginning with her own family‘s, that give Reimagining Equality its narrative drive. Hill‘s (i) ______ from the youngest of thirteen children raised in rural Lone Tree, Oklahoma, to law professor at an elite Eastern university may be known to some. But it is still (ii) _______ and thrilling to read how her mother sent her off to college with a set of Samsonite luggage donated by a local teacher who (iii) _______ her young charge.

Blank (i) Blank (ii) Blank (iii)
pilgrimage distressing eschewed
dynamics abhorrent dismissed
trajectory poignant believed in

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The question starts with: the individual stories gives Reimagining Equality its narrative drive.

Hill's ________ from the youngest of thirteen children......

Hill has gone from being the youngest of children raised in RURAL area to become a law professor at an ELITE university. Since, this is describing the story of Hill. The gist of the story is describing Hill's path to success. In other words, her trajectory.

Even still Hill's story is touching, because her mother sent her off to college with only providing her a set of luggage which was even donated by a teacher.

The third blank has to be positive, since the teacher has donated something only either of pity or conviction that this kid has some potential. So, believed in is the correct choice.
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Re: It is the individual stories, beginning with her own family‘ [#permalink]  31 Jul 2020, 06:24
theBrahmaTiger wrote:
Carcass wrote:
It is the individual stories, beginning with her own family‘s, that give Reimagining Equality its narrative drive. Hill‘s (i) ______ from the youngest of thirteen children raised in rural Lone Tree, Oklahoma, to law professor at an elite Eastern university may be known to some. But it is still (ii) _______ and thrilling to read how her mother sent her off to college with a set of Samsonite luggage donated by a local teacher who (iii) _______ her young charge.

Blank (i) Blank (ii) Blank (iii)
pilgrimage distressing eschewed
dynamics abhorrent dismissed
trajectory poignant believed in

Kudos for the right answer and explanation

The question starts with: the individual stories gives Reimagining Equality its narrative drive.

Hill's ________ from the youngest of thirteen children......

Hill has gone from being the youngest of children raised in RURAL area to become a law professor at an ELITE university. Since, this is describing the story of Hill. The gist of the story is describing Hill's path to success. In other words, her trajectory.

Even still Hill's story is touching, because her mother sent her off to college with only providing her a set of luggage which was even donated by a teacher.

The third blank has to be positive, since the teacher has donated something only either of pity or conviction that this kid has some potential. So, believed in is the correct choice.

Blank 2 would be poignant?
Re: It is the individual stories, beginning with her own family‘   [#permalink] 31 Jul 2020, 06:24
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