• anonymous
How does this passage refine the story's overall theme? (5 points) Question 14 options: 1) Bertie is a busy person with many important responsibilities to attend to. 2) Aunt Agatha is careful not to intrude on any plans that Bertie may already have made. 3) Most of the story's key events tell about Bertie's experiences eating lunch and playing golf. 4) Aunt Agatha does not consider Bertie's day-to-day activities to be very important. Save
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  • anonymous
'I am not interested in your totterings and tricklings. I mean, have you any important engagements in the next week or so?' This tells me that Aunt Agatha doesn't really care about the daily activities Bertie just described

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