The fact that Lydgate initially considers the possibility that Farebrother might have appeared “like an actor of genial parts disadvantageously


The fact that Lydgate initially considers the possibility that Farebrother might have appeared “like an actor of genial parts disadvantageously cast for the curmudgeon,” near the middle of the passage, but then decides that the comparison is not appropriate, primarily serves to emphasize that Farebrother
hows no aptitude for acting
shows no aptitude for acting
A
has always been congenial outside of his home
has always been congenial outside of his home
B
would be greatly offended by the comparison
would be greatly offended by the comparison
C
resembles his family in most respects
resembles his family in most respects
D
is not ill-tempered and difficult around his family


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