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PART B: Which quote from the text best supports the answer to Part A? A “Soon he would be surrounded by a house full of independent American women.” ( Paragraph 44)
B “‘This is America, Papi, America!’ she reminded him now. ‘You are not in a savage country any more!’” ( Paragraph 47)
C “I was on my knees, weeping wildly, collecting all the little pieces of my speech, hoping that I could put it back together before the assembly tomorrow morning. ( Paragraph 48)
D “‘Chapita!’ I said in a low, ugly whisper. ‘You’re just another Chapita!’” ( Paragraph 50)

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