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9 December, 18:26

Refer to Explorations in Literature for a complete version of this story. Which sentence from the text of "The Bet" best expresses the lawyer's development in the story? "'You have lost your reason and taken the wrong path. You have taken lies for truth, and hideousness for beauty.'" "His hair was already streaked with silver, and seeing his emaciated, aged-looking face, no one would have believed that he was only forty." "'Your books have given me wisdom. All that the unresting thought of man has created in the ages is compressed into a small compass in my brain.'" "He threw himself eagerly into these studies-so much so that the banker had enough to do to get him the books he ordered."

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  1. 9 December, 19:55
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    Hi ... I know this is late but ... The answer is A."'You have lost your reason and taken the wrong path. You have taken lies for truth, and hideousness for beauty.'" Just took the test and got a 100% ...
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