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How does Guy de Maupassant use irony in "The Piece of String"? A. Hauchecorne, a sly man, breaks down when people doubt him. B. Malandain, a friendly man, fails to reconcile the grudge he holds against another. C. The mayor, a foolish man, accidentally makes a wise decision. D. Malandain, a kind man, unintentionally harms another character.

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