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The following question refers to "The Yellow Wallpaper": Who is the person responsible for scratching, gouging, and splintering the floor, as well as tearing the wallpaper? The ghostly being The house's heirs The narrator The children
In "The Yellow Wallpaper": the person responsible for scratching, gouging, and splintering the floor, as well as tearing the wallpaper, is: the narrator.
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In "The Yellow Wallpaper": the person responsible for scratching, gouging, and splintering the floor, as well as tearing the wallpaper, is: the narrator.
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