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"One chapter is not torn out of the book"

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No Man Is An Island (Meditation XVII), John Donne, 1624

Donne, John. "No Man Is An Island (Meditation XVII)." Online-literature.com. The Literature Network, n.d. Web. 26 Apr. 2016.

Based on lines 11-12, “one chapter is not torn out of the book, but translated into a better language” is an analogy for

A

the complementary benefits of faith and reason.

B

the non-believer’s conversion to faith.

C

the transition from life to the afterlife.

D

the evolution of an unjust to a just society.

E

the transformative nature of literacy.