There is a contrast between vague and clear throughout "How it Happened." Briefly, list things which are vague and things which are clear. "How it happened" by conan doyle

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In this story, the narrator goes into a great deal of detail about the car and its workings.  He also is quite clear about the details of the physical environment.  He is much more vague about matters of the mind and emotion.

Having read the story, you will know quite a bit about the car.  You know how the gears...

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