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Which statements of Robert's show the reader Robert does not believe Edna and he can be together?
"Mrs. Pontellier, you are cruel."
"I never knew you in your home."
"I was very much surprised to hear of Mr. Pontellier's absence...I should think you would have gone to New York with him."
"I couldn't believe that my letters would be of any interest to you."
"It seems to me - do you think his head worth drawing?"