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why does segismund behave so badly during his first time at court? a. he is bitter about being locked up in the tower. b. he doesnt understand that his time in court is really happening; he thinks
its a dream. c. he is overwhelmed with freedom and the new sensory expriences. d. he doesnt have any manners.
The answer is b. [ he doesnt understand that his time in court is really happening; he thinks its a dream. Segismund behave so badly during his first time at court because he doesnt understand that his time in court is really happening; he thinks its a dream. ]
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