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The Beggar's Opera - John Gay

What does Peachum mean about his daughter with the “Court-lady” analogy? (lines 43-49)

A

That she has great manners.

B

That she likes monogamy.

C

That she is a coquette.

D

That she lacks decorum.

E

That she is too impulsive.

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