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This question is based on Charles Dicken's Great Expectations.
Í am ugly but I can buy myself the most beautiful of women. Therefore I am not ugly....I according to my individual characteristics am lame but money furnishes me with twenty-four feet.
Therefore I am not lame. I am bad, dishonest unscrupulous, stupid; but money is honoured, and hence its possessor...I am brainless, but money is the real brain of all things and how then should its possessor be brainless ? Besides, he can buy clever people for himself and is he who has power over the clever not more clever than the clever?
The writer of the above passage is

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A) jealous of rich and influential people

B) overwhelmed by the power of money

C) contemptuous of the poor

D) indirectly exposing the negative influence of money

The correct answer is D.


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