• anonymous
PLEASE HELP ILL MEDAL .. To this he objected- pleading haste in the first place, and, in the second, a very usual horror at the sight of a lunatic. Which sentence BEST restates the information in the sentence ? CHOICES ARE BELOW
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  • anonymous
A) Neither the narrator nor his friend make a good argument for going, but for two reasons, they decide to go anyway. B) The object of pleading with the narrator is to get him to go and to see what a lunatic’s horror-house looks like. C) To the idea of being hasty and getting to the lunatic’s house of horror, the narrator’s traveling companion is pleased. D) The narrator’s traveling companion said no for two reasons: a) we’re in a hurry, and b) it’s creepy to go into a crazy person’s home.
  • texaschic101
This is just a you might want to wait for a second opinion...but I am going with D.
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