What does the narrator allude to at the end of this sentence from Mark Twain's "The £1,000,000 Bank-Note"? So I loved her all the more, seeing she could be so cheerful when there wasn't anything to be cheerful about; for I might soon need that kind of wife, you know, the way things looked. A. The possibility of Adams having to leave the country to escape his creditors. B. The possibility of requiring a wife who could match Adams’s social standards. C. The possibility of Adams’s failure and having a lot of debt to repay. D. The possibility of Adams taking up permanent residence.

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What does the narrator allude to at the end of this sentence from Mark Twain's "The £1,000,000 Bank-Note"? So I loved her all the more, seeing she could be so cheerful when there wasn't anything to be cheerful about; for I might soon need that kind of wife, you know, the way things looked. A. The possibility of Adams having to leave the country to escape his creditors. B. The possibility of requiring a wife who could match Adams’s social standards. C. The possibility of Adams’s failure and having a lot of debt to repay. D. The possibility of Adams taking up permanent residence.

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It's asking what Mark Twain means when he says "So I loved her all the more, seeing she could be so cheerful when there wasn't anything to be cheerful about; for I might soon need that kind of wife, you know, the way things looked." or what is he wanting it to say. Or "allude" to. I don't know what he's alluding to.

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