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Do both "it" and "its" refer to "narrative"?

 
 
Reply Tue 29 Sep, 2020 12:29 am
Do both "it" and "its" refer to "narrative"?

The narrative is dignified and lofty, expressed in slightly archaic English which gives it a curious flavour of its own.
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Reply Tue 29 Sep, 2020 05:57 am
@solesoul,
Yes. Btw, Arthur Conan Doyle’s grave is not far from me.
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Reply Tue 29 Sep, 2020 06:17 am
@izzythepush,
OH MY GOD. I am really surprised. if it is possible for you, lay some flowers on his grave.
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Reply Tue 29 Sep, 2020 06:57 am
@solesoul,
I will, to be honest I didn’t know he was buried around here until I read one of your posts. Very surprising considering my son is a real Sherlock fan and we’ve visited his house/museum in London.
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Reply Tue 29 Sep, 2020 07:05 am
@izzythepush,
Thank you.
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