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Which of the following lines from the novel best illustrates Elizabeth's path to the Frankenstein household?
"She procured plain work; she plaited straw and the various means contrived to earn a pittance."
"One by one, her brothers and sister died; and her mother, with the exeption of her neglected daughter, was left childless."
"She continued with her foster parents and bloomed in their rude abode, fairer than the garden rose among dark-leaved brambles."
"It was a lady on horseback , accompanied by a country-man as a guide."
"After her death the woman of the house in which [she] had lived took care that [she] should arrive in safety at the cottage of her lover."