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In My Last Duchess When the Duke says of the portrait, "There she stands / As if alive," we can infer that ___ Choose one answer. a. he is happier with the portrait than with the real person
b. when he sees the portrait, he remembers their happy marriage c. he is experiencing a hallucination in which the portrait seems to breathe d. he is upset to the point of delusional fantasy
c. he is experiencing a hallucination in which the portrait seems to breathe
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User: In My Last Duchess When the Duke says of the portrait, "There she stands / As if alive," we can infer that ___ Choose one answer. a. he is happier with the portrait than with the real person b. when he sees the portrait, he remembers their happy marriage c. he is experiencing a hallucination in which the portrait seems to breathe d. he is upset to the point of delusional fantasy

Weegy: c. he is experiencing a hallucination in which the portrait seems to breathe
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User: In My Last Duchess The Duke did not discuss his feelings with the Duchess because he ___ Choose one answer. a. felt that to do so would be beneath him b. was shy in the presence of women, even his own wife c. was so busy with affairs of state that he had no time for personal discussions d. was unaware of his own feelings at the time

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