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Charlotte Temple Quiz 3
1. Why does the narrator believe Charlotte should be pitied?
- She is not responsible for running away with Montraville
- Montraville deceived her about when they would be married
- Her unhappiness in America is punishment enough
- She was under the influence of an older woman who should have known better
2. During what kind of natural disaster is Montraville given the mysterious box?
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