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Georgiana’s reaction to the setting of the concert reveals that she — a. does not enjoy the concert b. never really enjoyed music c. is furious with Howard d. misses the cultural opportunities of the East
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In regard to his aunt, Clark a. is ashamed by her appearance b. feels a combination of admiration, gratitude, and pity c. is shocked by her poor speech and narrow attitudes d. feels annoyed that she gave him so little notice about her visit
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