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Is it correct to write „the final depicted image of Australia“ instead of „the final image of Australia depicted in the poem“.

(I know that the quotation marks at the beginning are incorrect, I simply do not know how to change it on my keyboard.)

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Only this sounds correct.

the final image of Australia depicted in the poem

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Hilda9Is it correct to write „the final depicted image of Australia“ instead of „the final image of Australia depicted in the poem“.

Your question is not clear. If you want to know whether these two phrases are equivalent

"the final image of Australia depicted in the poem"

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"the final depicted image of Australia in the poem"

they are not. I would not use the second one because the first one is the natural way of putting it, and I can't say I know offhand what a depicted image is. The poem depicts the image.

By the way, you can often make open double quotation marks with an alt code, ALT/0147, like this: “

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