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Which of the following quotations concerning Richard Mason most accurately foreshadows his importance later in the text?

A

"His eye wandered, and had no meaning in its wandering: this gave him an odd look, such as I never remembered to have seen."

B

"His manner was polite; his accent, in speaking, struck me as being somewhat unusual, not precisely foreign, but still not altogether English."

C

"His complexion was singularly sallow: otherwise he was a fine-looking man, at first sight especially."

D

"But I liked his physiognomy even less than before: it struck me as being at the same time unsettled and inanimate."

E

"For a handsome and not an unamiable-looking man, he repelled me exceedingly."

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