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What meaning is revealed through the narrator's tone?
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I started to clean everything up, and that was
when I noticed else something weird. In the
middle of all of that glass was a little
envelope, about the size of a wireless Internet
card. What the? I opened it up, and inside
there was a key. What the, what the? It was a
weird-looking key, obviously to something
extremely important, because it was fatter
and shorter than a normal key. I couldn't
explain it: a fat and short key, in a little
envelope, in a blue vase, on the highest shelf
in his closet.
-Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close,
Jonathan Safran Foer

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