Which of Mr. Stevens' observations regarding Mrs. Symons' book establish the socio-political context of the novel? HighlightALL relevant words.
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They were written during the thirties, but much of it would still be up to date – after all, I do not imagine German bombs have altered our countryside so significantly. Mrs. Symons was, as a matter of fact, a frequent visitor to this house before the war; indeed she was among the most popular as far as the staff were concerned due to the kind appreciation she never shied from showing.