Read the excerpt from chapter 20 of The Awakening. That was about the substance of the two letters. Edna felt that if there had been a message for her, she would have received it. The despondent frame of mind in which she had left home began again to overtake her, and she remembered that she wished to find Mademoiselle Reisz. Which prediction is most likely based on the events that have emerged so far in The Awakening? A.The despondency Edna feels over the lack of a message from Robert will change to joy when she finds Mademoiselle Reisz. B.The despondency Edna feels over the lack of a message from Robert will grow as her obsession with him deepens. C.Edna will begin to feel better and forget about Robert due to the fact that he did not pass on some sort of message to her. D.Edna will change her mind about finding Mademoiselle Reisz due to her despondency over the lack of a message in Robert’s letters.
The answer you are looking for is option A. they feel it is an unnecessary risk to their safety.
Alfred Dussel is a fussy old dentist who also lived in the Secret Annex with the Franks and the van Daans. He frequently endangers the other members of the Secret Annex by breaking their security rules and even hoards food, which he refuses to share. Overall, he fights with everyone in the Secret Annex and often gives people the silent treatment.
During the daytime hours, the residents of the Secret Annex read books and slept. They could not make any noise like talking, flushing the toilet, moving furniture, and walking around. In the evenings, mostly after 5 o’clock, they could move around and listen to the radio. They read books, played games, danced, and studied languages, mythology, religion, ancestry, math, history, to pass time during the night.