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in the crucible act 4, which reason does herrick give for drinking?
a. it keeps him warm
b. he is upset about the hangings
c. he is thirsty
d. he is afraid he will be condemned.

am confused between a nd b ... plz aswer me nd briefly explain ur answer..

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