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During Carl Heine’s autopsy in chapter 5, Horace Whaley’s war experiences are important to the development of the plot because

A

His experiences helped him remain unaffected during autopsies.

B

It reveals that he and Carl Heine shared a commonality.

C

It makes him a better coroner.

D

When Horace sees Carl Heine’s head wound it reminds him of wounds he saw inflicted by Japanese soldiers.

E

He had seen many cases of drowning during the war.

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