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In chapter five, Horace notes that Carl Heine had an “unwillingness to engage in the protocols of island life, but he was “on courteous terms with almost everyone.”
What does this suggest about Carl’s personality?
Carl was eccentric but charismatic.
Carl was arrogant but amiable.
Carl was melancholy but trustworthy.
Carl was coy and insouciant.
Carl was stoic but respected.