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"Extravagantly to his Advantage"

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The Pupil

James, Henry. The Pupil. Ed. David Price. Fullbooks.com, n.d.. Web. 20 March 2016.

The phrase "extravagantly to his advantage" (line 18) MOST LIKELY refers to

A

Morgan's weak heart.

B

the benefits Pemberton will have in this job.

C

Morgan's exceptional abilities.

D

praise for Pemberton's qualifications.

E

doubt about Pemberton's qualifications.