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Which of the following of Mrs. Pearson's lines from Act II does NOT contribute to the idea that it is dangerous to treat people as objects?


"Well, the matter is, sir, that you cant take a girl up like that as if you were picking up a pebble on the beach."


"Nonsense, sir. You mustnt talk like that to her."


"You see now what comes of being saucy."


"But whats to become of her? Is she to be paid anything? Do be sensible, sir."


"I want to know on what terms the girl is to be here. Is she to have any wages? And what is to become of her when youve finished your teaching?"

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