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The Lady of Shalott dies while — a. destroying her tapestry b. singing angry love songs about betrayal c. attempting to tell Sir Lancelot that she loves him d. floating down the river in a boat
The Lady of Shalott dies while b. singing angry love songs about betrayal.
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