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Read the excerpt below and answer the question. lovborg: it is the continuation. tesman: the continuation? of what? lovborg: of the book. tesman: of the new book? lovborg: of course. heddagabler; act 2, p. 72 the excerpt exemplifies ibsen's in hedda gabler.

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