What is one of the strongest ironies of John Oakhurst’s death? A.)Although he was the leader of the outcasts, he became


What is one of the strongest ironies of John Oakhurst’s death?
A.)Although he was the leader of the outcasts, he became the weakest by taking his own life
B.)Oakhurst’s fortune had improved when Tom Simson, the Innocent, arrived.
C.)Oakhurst was trying to make his way to Sandy Bar to getfor the others trapped in the cabin.
D.)Oakhurst thought he had provided enough firewood and food to save the other outcasts.


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