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Try it what point of view does the author use in this passage? what is the author's purpose? if you are really determined to eat meat all week, it is possible to buy a license to do so. it will cost you £16 shillings 8 pence if you are a lord or a lady, 13 shillings 4 pence if you are a knight or his wife, and 6s 8d if you are anyone else. even these licenses do not allow you to eat beef or veal between michaelmas and may 1. there is some respite at the end of the reign: the law against eating meat on wednesdays is repealed in 1585. at the same time, there is a general slackening of fish-eating and an increase in the consumption of meat. -the time traveler's guide to elizabethan england, ian mortimer what is the effect of the point of view? a)the reader gets direct advice on the process b)the reader understands when to visit england c) the reader has to decide what food to order what is the authors purpose? a)to explain how to get around meat restrictions b) to explain the reasons meet was regulated c) to explain the difference elizabethan holidays what point of view does the author use in this passage? a) first person b) second person c) third person

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