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The day after/before - the choice of tenses

There is quite a lot of fairly confusing tense and generally "time" in that quote. It might make more sense in context but taken out of context it seems muddled. There is "now" (...
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Should I use comma or not in "She left my room, smiling"?

There is no way the first option can be misinterpreted, so a comma is unnecessary. Both options are fine. That being said, the nuances Kate Bunting describes in their comment still stand.
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