In the third sentence of the first paragraph, the narrator’s description of Mrs. De Ropp as “those three-fifths of the


In the third sentence of the first paragraph, the narrator’s description of Mrs. De Ropp as “those three-fifths of the world that are necessary and disagreeable and real” suggests that Mrs. De Ropp is a sensible individual who earns Conradin’s respect Mrs. De Ropp is a sensible individual who earns Conradin’s respect A Mrs. De Ropp is a strict person who fails to appreciate Conradin’s creative spirit Mrs. De Ropp is a strict person who fails to appreciate Conradin’s creative spirit B Mrs. De Ropp has no real understanding of Conradin’s medical condition Mrs. De Ropp has no real understanding of Conradin’s medical condition C Conradin, unlike Mrs. De Ropp, views the world through a rational and precise lens Conradin, unlike Mrs. De Ropp, views the world through a rational and precise lens D Conradin has no understanding of the value system that Mrs. De Ropp upholds


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