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Reading comprehension -TOEFL- Lesson 96 (Đọc hiểu -TOEFL- Lesson 96)

Reading and answers the question:

   For Emily Dickinson there were three worlds, and she lived in all
of them, marking them the substance of everything that she thought
and wrote. There was the world of nature, the things and the creatures
that she saw, heard, felt about her; there was the " estate " that
5 was the world of friendship; and there was the world of the unseen
and unheard. From her youth she was looked upon as different. She
was direct, impulsive, original, and the droll wit who said unconventional
things which others thought but dared not speak, and said them incomparably
well. The characteristics which made her inscrutable to those who
10 knew her continue to bewilder surprise, for she lived by paradoxes.

Certainly the greatest paradox was the fact that the three most pervasive
friendship were the most elusive. She saw the Reverend Charles Wadsworth
of Philadelphia but three of four times in the course of her life,
15 and then briefly, yet her admiration of him as an ideal and her yearning
for him as a person were of unsurpassed importance in her growth
as a poet. She sought out for professional advice the critic and
publicist Thomas Wentworth Higginson and invited his aid as mentor
for more than twenty years, though she never once adopted any counsel
20 he dared to hazard. In the last decade of her life, she came to be
a warm admirer of the poet and novelist Helen Hunt Jackson, the only
qualified judge among Emily Dickinson's contemporaries who believed
her to be a great poet, yet Emily Dickinson steadfastly refused to
publish even though Mrs. Jackson's importunity was insistent.
1. What is the author's main purpose in the passage?

2. According to the passage, many of the people who knew Emily Dickinson thought of her as

3. According to the passage, Helen Hunt Jackson wanted

4. The author's attitude toward Emily Dickinson is

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