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Similarly, “Books were strewn around the floor” should not be turned to “An unknown person before we got here strew books around the floor.” Eh, not sure about the word “strew,” but sure enough it’s a good way to suggest that the general accord against the evils of passive voice can lead to mania and incompetence. Again, sure, if you’re a zealot you could imply that they were doing the action of laying. Yeah, that’s an active verb, laying, which implies inactivity but “were strewn” implies action that isn’t described because it isn’t seen.