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The veil changes Mr. Hooper’s personality in that it makes him A. seem kinder and gentler. B. seem ghostlike from head to foot. C. feel cruel and heartless. D. become more patient with small children.
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User: The veil changes Mr. Hooper’s personality in that it makes him A. seem kinder and gentler. B. seem ghostlike from head to foot. C. feel cruel and heartless. D. become more patient with small children.

Weegy: B. they fear Mr. Hooper will make them cover their faces with veils.
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