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"We lived in a culture that denied any merit to literary works, considering them important only when they were handmaidens to something seemingly more urgent- namely ideology. This was a country where all gestures, even the most private, were interpreted in political terms."

The author's belief that ideology is not as important as literature is revealed by the word:

  1. 'culture'
  2. 'seemingly'
  3. 'urgent'
  4. 'political'
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‘seemingly’ means seems to be and maynot always or apparently
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