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The description below belongs to which of the following characters? physically unattractive, introverted, kindly Silas Marner Nancy Lammeter Godfrey Cass Dunstan Cass Eppie
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User: The description below belongs to which of the following characters? physically unattractive, introverted, kindly Silas Marner Nancy Lammeter Godfrey Cass Dunstan Cass Eppie

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User: The description below belongs to which of the following characters? physically strong, morally weak Silas Marner Nancy Lammeter Godfrey Cass Dunstan Cass Eppie





Weegy: The answer of who is physically strong and morally weak in Silas Marner is Godfrey Cass.
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