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… It was the manner in which all this, and much more, was said—it was the apparent heart that went with his request—which allowed me no room for hesitation; and I accordingly obeyed forthwith what I still considered a very singular summons. In this excerpt from Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Fall of the House of Usher,” what does this response to Usher’s letter reveal about the narrator’s character? He is amused. He is compassionate. He is frightened. He is devious.

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  1. anonymous
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    Help

  2. anonymous
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    anyone?

  3. anonymous
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    anyone\:

  4. anonymous
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    it might be C

  5. aric200
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    ^ How did you decide C dont jut give random answers

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    @dvaebigmoney do you still need help?

  7. anonymous
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    It is C because the wording indicates he is compassionate. For example, "[I]t was the apparent heart that went with his request—which allowed me no room for hesitation; and I accordingly obeyed forthwith what I still considered a very singular summons." This means that he was struck with the intensity of emotion that was in what was said, and he couldn't deny him because he felt compelled to do as he asked.

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