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Which line from "Helen Grey" implies Helen is not as exceptional as she may think?

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  1. anonymous
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    'Take heed, you yet may trip and fall, And no man care to stretch his arm,' I believe. I'm not sure, but in my opinion the whole poem implies Helen is not so special. However, this line says that perhaps not so many men are as enamoured with her as she thinks, or else one would catch her.

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