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1. I agree with you that the author describes white as a versatile color that can represent
anything other than just purity. Given that the whole chapter emphasizes white color as
the ultimate theme, the quote best helps ascertain the author's claims. Indeed, the author
uses the color white to refer to the similarities between the minimalist interior and the
human body with regard to its perfection. You also made the right inferences that white,
from the author's perspective and referencing the bible best helps demonstrate the
ultimate meaning of white. It is also true that the author ought to have shaped his
arguments in such a way that readers learn the different contexts through which white
color can be used to represent realities. However, I think his arguments relate more than
just architecture because he emphasizes how white color influences an object's visual
impression.
2. It is true that the quote is somewhat challenging and requires an in-depth analysis to
understand the concepts embedded in it. You have made the right findings from the quote
that the author visits a house of art collector painted with white color. One of the author's
observations is that the house has a minimalist design and is white. I also want to confirm
with you that the white in this context is prejudiced and has been used to represent a
number of things. I agree with you that the quote is more than just architecture owing to
the fact it represents the cultural view of white color.
3. Indeed, from a cultural perspective, people believe white is a symbol of purity and
happiness. Nonetheless, the author in this chapter strives to deemphasize this cultural
view by asserting that white could be equated to a fake forefront. One of the realities one
can extract from the quote is that an individual could appear pure from the outward
appearance but full of hypocrisy. The author compares white with minimalist displayed

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1. I agree with you that the author describes white as a versatile color that can represent anything other than just purity. Given that the whole chapter emphasizes white color as the ultimate theme, the quote best helps ascertain the author's claims. Indeed, the author uses the color white to refer to the similarities between the minimalist interior and the human body with regard to its perfection. You also made the right inferences that white, from the author's perspective and referencing the bible best helps demonstrate the ultimate meaning of white. It is also true that the author ought to ...
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