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Why is Richards so concerned about “bearing the sad message” to Mrs. Mallard himself? a. He wants to keep less sensitive and less careful friends from doing it. b. He doesn’t trust Josephine to get
the message right. c. He wants to see her reaction when she first hears the news. d. He knows she won’t believe the story unless he confirms it.
d. He knows she won’t believe the story unless he confirms it.
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