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What purpose does Eliza's silence serve in Act IV?

A

To heighten the men's jovial banter.

B

To foreshadow her rage.

C

To dramatize her growing resentment of the men's attitude.

D

To illustrate how well she has been trained.

E

To illuminate the contrasting sentiments of Higgins and Pickering's views for her future.

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