The persistent spirit

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The persistent spirit with which she faces the difficulty touches me whenever I taste the delicious dumplings she made.

Does this sentence sound good? If not, how would you fix it? Thanks.
  • clairanne

    Senior Member
    english UK

    I understand the meaning of "the persistant spirit with which she faces the difficulty" but as dumplings are not really very difficult to make, maybe you need a different comparison to make the scope of the difficulties she is facing more clear. Is she no longer able to cook as she used to?
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