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What is the emotional impact in paragraph four when the author writes "he didn't seem like the sort of man who cried"?
It upsets the reader because the context of the situation is as equally upsetting.
It causes the reader to understand that the man seemed stronger than most other men.
It angers the reader because the Ashen Man seems so detached and uninvolved.
It forces the reader to question why the man would not cry over this event.