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Unformatted text preview: woman who thinks she’s better than everybody else, and she’s very nasty. 1. “…while men, with large relief, would realize they could sink back into a comfortable chair without offending courtesy. It was a surprise, therefore, to find that this new-comer remained standing on his feet, and it was he who made a signal to the waiter. ‘I’m afraid I must contradict you,’ he said to her, ‘you are both having coffee with me’; and before I knew what had happened he was sitting in my usual hard chair, and I was on the sofa beside Mrs. Van Hopper.” 2. To characterize and to introduce. 3. The first thing we know about this new-comer is that he is not like other common men. He is actually nice to the main character who is considered to be inferior. He is probably a friendly, caring man judging by his behavior....
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- Spring '11
- English, Chair, main character, Mrs. Danvers