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This question is based on General Literature Principles and Literary Appreciation

'As soon as the fellows were departed, the lawyer,

Who had, it seems, a case of pistols in the seat of the coach, informed the company, that if it had been daylight, and he could have submitted to the robbery; he likewise set forth that he had often met highwaymen when he travelled on horseback, but none ever durst attack him; concluding, that if he had not been more afraid for the lady than for himself, he should not have now parted with his money so easily.'

Joseph Andrews by Henry Fielding

It can be inferred that the lawyer mentioned above is a

Options

A)
brave man
B)
law-enforcement agent allowed to carry pistols
C)
coward
D)
gallant man who always protects ladies

The correct answer is C.


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