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    #1

    It is for this reason that ~?

    It is for this reason that I have confined myself to novels concerned with the period before 1914.

    It = that I have confined myself to novels ~ ?

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    The reason why I have confined my self to novels concerned with the period before 1914 is it (for example, much money) ?


    How can I understand this sentence correctly?

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    Re: It is for this reason that ~?

    This is why I have confined myself to novels concerned with the period before 1914.

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