Literature HELP!!!

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Which phrase best describes Samuel Pepys's personality, judging from the Diary excerpts you read?


A.a caring, social man with many friends

B. a hardworking but miserly man who cares only about the damage the fire will cause his properties

C.an angry and depressed man who has a problem with substance abuse

D.a jolly, carefree man with many friends and a strong marriage

I personally chose Letter B but im not absolutely sure because i also thinks its A help please!

  • Literature HELP!!! -

    Both B and A are good choices. He was both of those. But B is probably what they are looking for.

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