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d)  “[…] a letter stuffed into an unnoticed crevice in the cherished replacement doll.”

  a letter that someone had left attached to the lost doll.

  a letter that Kafka had hidden in the doll he had given her to replace the lost 
one. 
e)  “[…] every thing that you love, you will eventually lose […].”

  In the end, after a long time has passed, that thing will no longer be with you. 

  There is a possibility that love will one day come to an end.
f)  “[...] grief and loss are ubiquitous even for a young child.”

  Losing something makes you sad, even when you are very young. 

  When you are young, sad feelings are just temporary.
g)  “He perceived the depth of her pain.”

  He realized the little girl’s doll was in deep pain.

  He noticed how deeply she had been affected by the loss of the doll. 
h)  “[…] what was ultimately healing for the little girl was the relationship that was 
the balm.”

  The way Kafka kept his friendly connection with the little girl made her feel 
calm and relaxed. 

  Kafka provided the last method of treating problems of grief and loss and 
that made all the difference.
i)  “A great writer at that.”

  And what’s more, created by someone who really knew how to write. 

  He was an expert at writing that kind of stories.
j)  “How healing it is to hold this conviction, that love will return.”

  The wise lesson is try to love and be loved in return.

  Grief and loss may be ubiquitous in our lives, but it’s good to believe that 
love will be with us in the end. 
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