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which of the following passages from the text suggests that johnny is becoming less self centered? (chapter 8, Johnny Tremain)

1. Johnny liked the old woman all the better that in the end she had been unable to see a consider master..humiliated, tossed about, torn by a mob
2. "I'm better off without it. I want nothing of them. Neither their blood nor their silver..."
3. Only Isannah was staring about, observing the "lower classes" milling about in the street. She looked straight at Johnny and he at her. Neither gave any sign of recognition
4. He took his knife from his pocket and cut the pages from the family bible. Sometime they might be used of him.

is it a?

asked by SkatingDJ
  1. 1.

    posted by Damon
  2. thanks it was right

    posted by SkatingDJ
  3. B is the correct answer

    posted by Anonymous
  4. Hey! I just wanted to point out that Anonymous was right. I picked the first answer choice and when I submitted it, it was wrong. The correct one is the second, B.

    posted by Merida
  5. I know i'm pretty late but
    B
    b
    C
    B
    A

    posted by Santana
  6. Thanks Santana! the answers are all right

    posted by wait what...
  7. Thanks Santana 💯 all were. Correct

    posted by Chizzy
  8. THANKS SO MUCH SANTANA! got 100% because of your answers!!

    posted by anon
  9. Thank you so much Santana!

    posted by Jesse
  10. Santana Is Correct.

    posted by Ms. Newcom
  11. Santana is correct I just took the quick check

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    B
    B
    C
    B
    A
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