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In the following passage, consider how Holden's assesses Sunny.

She was a pretty spooky kid. Even with that little bitty voice she had, she could sort of scare you a little bit. If she'd been a big old prostitute, with a lot of makeup on her face and all, she wouldn't have been half as spooky.

Which of the following is an accurate interpretation of Holden's remarks about Sunny?


Holden is disturbed by Sunny's youth and by how ordinary she seems.


That Sunny didn't “look” like a prostitute is the excuse Holden uses to explain why he did not have sex with her.


Holden is taken aback when he notices that Sunny is not wearing makeup.


Because he considers the whole situation to be spooky, Holden regrets paying for a prostitute.


Holden does not have sex with Sunny because he has a feeling that she is barely older than Phoebe.

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