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In "A White Heron," having made her choice between an attraction of the heart and her bond with nature, Sylvia

A. retains her loyalty to nature and becomes more suspicious of human nature.
B. retains her loyalty to nature as her affection for the hunter grows.
C. is able to experience a lasting inner calm.
D. chooses human love over her loyalty to nature.

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    If you haven't read this story, please do so.

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    her affection for the hunter continues to grow

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