Literary Devices On Opera Winfrey English Essay

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80 Young St Kitchener,On N2H 421
February 22, 2018
Ms. Oprah Winfrey, President
Oprah Winfrey Foundation
233 Michigan Ave
Chicago, IL 60601
Dear Ms. Winfrey
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