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Scott added--or allowed--a set of maidens, who tore their hair, no doubt disarranging their golden combs.
This story, which opens with the statement that Rose is an actress who can fit in anywhere, proceeds to question that notion of fitting in by disarranging and rearranging rural Canadianism in a new light.
intellectual classes without disarranging the furniture too much, or
In accusing them of disarranging self-evident actions, Blake assumes some prior arrangement that, notwithstanding the possibly arbitrary nature of its original emergence, is now normative.