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Antonio's Remark

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The Tempest, Act 3, scene 3, 1611

Shakespeare, William. The Tempest. The Complete Works of Shakespeare. Jeremy Hylton, n.d.. Web. 20 March 2016.

In context, Antonio's remark "and what does else want credit" in line 26 is BEST interpreted to mean

A

"and anything else that is unbelievable."

B

"and other things that add value to life."

C

"and all other important ideas."

D

"and anything else one could desire."

E

"and anything else that would put me in your debt."