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The Lady of Shalott finally leaves the island because of a. her desire to sell her tapestries in Camelot b. the lure of exotic places c. her hatred of Shalott d. the sight of
Sir Lancelot
The Lady of Shalott finally leaves the island because of d. the sight of Sir Lancelot.
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