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Lines 45 and 46 of "My Last Duchess" indicate that the Duke treated his wife with a. cruelty. c. respect. b. neglect. d. indulgence.
Lines 45 and 46 of "My Last Duchess" indicate that the Duke treated his wife with A. cruelty.
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