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18 February, 19:50

Read these sentences from the story:

Black anger ate at his heart; but he gave no sign, threading his way among the camp-fires until he came to one where sat an old man. A young woman was kneading with skillful fingers the tired muscles of his legs. He raised a sightless face and listened intently as Negore's foot crackled a dead twig.

Which sentence best explains the central idea of this section of the story?

A. Negore concentrated on finding the old man and his daughter instead of his anger.

B. Negore entered camp angry, but those he met were occupied with other tasks.

C. Negore paid no attention to the people he saw, but focused only on his destination.

D. Negore was hated from the moment he entered the camp until he met a young woman.

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  1. 18 February, 20:27
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    I think the answer is B.
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