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The following question refers to “Marigolds” by Eugenia Collier. Which of the following BEST describes how Lizabeth changes in the moment she comes face to face with Miss Lottie after destroying
the marigolds? A. She is able to feel compassion for Miss Lottie. B. She becomes even more angry and violent. C. She learns to appreciate nature more. D. She becomes determined to escape poverty.
The statement that best describes how Lizabeht changes in the moment she comes face to face with Miss Lottie after destroying the marigolds is: A. She is able to feel compassion for Miss Lottie. [ ]
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