anonymous
  • anonymous
In The Pilgrim's Progress, what happens to Christian and his companion as they attempt to make their way through Vanity Fair? They spend money foolishly. They become mesmerized by all the beauty around them. They get into a fight and part ways. They are imprisoned by the people of the fair.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
I believe it's D. They are imprisoned by the people of the fair.

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