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Select all that apply. What is significant about Dunstan stealing Silas's gold? Silas is treated with sympathetic consideration. It changes Dunstan. The same theft of which Silas is falsely accused
happens to him. Silas finds a new treasure.
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User: Select all that apply. What is significant about Dunstan stealing Silas's gold? Silas is treated with sympathetic consideration. It changes Dunstan. The same theft of which Silas is falsely accused happens to him. Silas finds a new treasure.

Weegy: It changes Dunstan. The same theft of which Silas is falsely accused happens to him. This is the ans. If you like my ans pelase rate me +1.have a nice time.
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