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The reapers are aware of the Lady of Shalott’s presence on the island because — a. they have seen her through a window b. they have seen her wandering the island c. they hear her singing d. Lancelot
tells them about her
The reapers are aware of the Lady of Shalott’s presence on the island because c. they hear her singing.
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