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The following question is based on the selection “Luck” by Mark Twain.
In “Luck,” what is the clergyman’s motivation in telling the narrator his opinion of Scoresby?
He is envious of Scoresby’s success.
He thinks Scoresby is a remarkable person.
He finds Scoresby’s history amusing
He wants the narrator to know how important he has been to Scoresby’s career.

Please select the best answer from the choices provided

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a)He is envious of Scoresby’s success.

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