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Several attention-grabbing, exclamatory sentences in bold uppercase letters suggested he had won a cash prize of U.S.
No doubt, the exclamatory sentences, as the fifth subcategory of lexical features, indicate the subjectivity of the narration and consequently the voice of the character along with that of the narrator: "How he scolded her!
But it would be a sad pity to dispense with the exclamatory sentences! They display a tonic, joyous, almost Gavroche-like gusto for cataloguing examples of spectacular daftness in the gesture politics of the Second Empire, and here it is history that can be the lawless genre.