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A recent and popular self-help book wryly notes that if adolescence were not so painful, IT would have a droll comedic aspect, at least in retrospect.
I think IT can refer to adolescence or to wryly ,However , the above sentence is correct .I have the confusion that why IT cant refer wryly. No logic only grammar plz.
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