Read the excerpt and answer the question.
Joy and rage and wild animal gladness and shame become tangled together in the multicolored skein of fourteen-going-on-fifteen as I recall that devastating moment when I was suddenly more woman than child, years ago in Miss Lottie's yard.
Which best tells what the author implies in the excerpt above?
Lizabeth's feelings were twisted and complicated.
Lizabeth was happy and excited to be growing up.
Lizabeth saw the world through the eyes of a child.
Lizabeth feared a wild animal in her neighbor's yard.
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