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Are all these sentence correct, and do they mean the same:


a) "The book is about homelessness, and it raises a lot emotion."


b) "The book is about homelessness arouses a lot emotion."


c) "The book is about homelessness rises a lot emotion."


d) "The book is about homelessness stirs a lot emotion."

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Christine Christiea) "The book about homelessness raises a lot of emotion."

b) "The book about homelessness arouses a lot of emotion."
c) "The book about homelessness rises a lot of emotion."
d) "The book about homelessness stirs a lot of emotion."

I've made some changes so that all four are comparable.

'raises' is not the greatest choice, and 'rises' is impossible.

Your choices there are these: arouses, stirs, excites, generates, provokes, elicits.

CJ