Question

Which of these 'added to' his work ?

A

to studying the art of sewing

B

to studying the art of washing

C

to studying the art of starching

D

to studying the art of ironing

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to studying the art of washing

The narrator bought a book on washing, studied the art and taught it also to his wife. This is no doubt added to his work, but its novelty made it a pleasure.

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