This passage is from a story.
Where is the topic sentence in this paragraph?
21. The Inventor was in an amazing plight. His coat was dusty and dirty,
and smeared with green down the sleeves; his hair disordered, and
as it seemed to me grayer--either with dust and dirt or because
its color had actually faded. His face was ghastly pale; his
chin had a brown cut on it--a cut half healed; his expression
was haggard and drawn, as by intense suffering. For a moment he
hesitated in the doorway, as if he had been dazzled by the light.
Then he came into the room. He walked with just such a limp as
I have seen in foot sore tramps.
- First sentence
- Last sentence
- First and last sentence
- In the middle
- No topic sentence. Topic is implied.
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