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? Read this line from the passage:
Mrs. De Ropp was the ground plan on which he based and
detested all respectability.
What does this sentence reveal about Mrs. De Ropp?
She is respectable.
She is pretentious.
She is well-meaning.
She is not respectable.

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Answer 1
Answer: She’s not respectable
Answer 2
Answer: Not respectable is the answer

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Read the selection and then answer the question that follows: A treat announced perhaps once a fortnight, was an afternoon sailing. We would hire a lugger, the fisherman went with us. But once Thoby was allowed to steer us home. "Show them you can bring her in, my boy," father said, with his usual trust and pride in Thoby. And Thoby took the fisherman's place; and steered; flushed, and with his blue eyes very blue, and his mouth set, he sat there, bringing us round the point, into harbour, without letting the sail flag. One day the sea was full of pale jellyfish, like lamps, with streaming hair; but they stung you if you touched them. Sometimes lines would be handed us; baited by gobbets cut from fish; and the line thrilled in one's fingers as the boat tossed and shot through the water; and then—how can I convey the excitement?—there was a little leaping tug; then another; up one hauled; up through the water at length came the white twisting fish; and slapped on the floor. There it lay flapping this way and that in an inch or two of water….

In which line does Virginia Woolf express her feelings about the violence of fishing?
A.) A treat announced perhaps once a fortnight, was an afternoon sailing.
B.) And Thoby took the fisherman's place; and steered; flushed, and with his blue eyes very blue, and his mouth set, he sat there, bringing us round the point, into harbour, without letting the sail flag.
C.) Sometimes lines would be handed us; baited by gobbets cut from fish; and the line thrilled in one's fingers as the boat tossed and shot through the water; and then—how can I convey the excitement?
D. there was a little leaping tug; then another; up one hauled; up through the water at length came the white twisting fish; and slapped on the floor.

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Answer:

D. there was a little leaping tug; then another; up one hauled; up through the water at length came the white twisting fish; and slapped on the floor.

Explanation:

This is the sentence that best conveys Woolf's feelings about the violence of fishing. In this sentence, she describes what seeing the fish was like, and how the fish behaved. We learn that after a few tugs, the fish would be seen out of the water. She describes the fish as "twisting" and then as "slapping" on the floor. Both these actions are conveyed through the use of negative words.

B.

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