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18 July, 23:34

Which line from Great Expectations represents Dickens's use of hyperbole?

A. "Tramping, begging, thieving, working sometimes when I couldhough that warn't as often as

you may think

B. "He looked about him in a confused way, as if he had lost his place in the book of his

remembrance."

C. "He was younger than me, but he'd got craft, and he'd got learning, and he overmatched me

five hundred times told and no mercy."

D. "I've been locked up, as much as a silver tea-kettle."

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  1. 19 July, 01:10
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    Answer: C. "He was younger than me, but he'd got craft, and he'd got learning, and he overmatched me five hundred times told and no mercy."
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