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Syson the Intruder

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The Shades of Spring, D.H. Lawrence

Lawrence, D.H. "The Shades of Spring." 1981. Access to Literature: Understanding Fiction, Drama, and Poetry. Ed. Elliot L. Smith and Wanda V. Smith. New York: St. Martin's, 1981. 157-60. Print.

Why is Syson referred to as "the intruder" in lines 68 and 73, and as a "trespasser" in line 39?

A

It demonstrates the keeper's negative tone and attitude towards Syson.

B

It isolates the keeper as the only character who does not like Syson. .

C

It hints that Syson, himself, feels out of place.

D

It indicates that Syson no longer belongs to this place.

E

It foreshadows Syson's future criminal actions.