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What do we learn about Joe's character from this quote?
Joe says, "We don't know what you have done, but we wouldn't have you starved to death for it, poor miserable-fellow creature." 



A. He is kind-hearted and cares about others needs. He can overlook faults and see a person as a fellow human being who should be treated considerately.
B. He is naive and unsuspecting. He is easily tricked.
C. He is overly-generous, but exceedingly dim-witted
D. He is secretly a rebel. He does not believe in the laws of Britain and he would spit in the face of the king.

This question is part of Great Expectations Ch. 1-7 Quiz
Asked by Aquacasey, Last updated: Sep 10, 2020

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John Smith

John Smith

John Smith
John Smith

Answered Apr 08, 2017

He is kind-hearted and cares about others needs. He can overlook faults and see a person as a fellow human being who should be treated considerately.
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