Which of the following passages from the letter most strongly supports theto the previous question? A. “And even if you


Which of the following passages from the letter most strongly supports the answer to the previous
question?
A. “And even if you were in some prison the walls of which let none of the sounds of the world come to your
senses-would you not then still have your childhood, that precious, kingly possession, that treasure-house of
memories? Turn your attention thither.”
B. “But even then this inward searching which I ask of you will not have been in vain. Your life will in any case find
its own ways thence, and that they may be good, rich and wide I wish you more than I can say.”
C. “It was a pleasure to me to find in your letter the name of Professor Horacek; I keep for that lovable and
learned man a great veneration and a gratitude that endures through the years.”
D. “The verses which you kindly entrusted to me I am returning at the same time. And Ionce more for
your great and sincere confidence, of which I have tried, through this honest answer given to the best of my
knowledge, to make myself a little worthier than, as a stranger, I really am.”
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