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Which quote from the text most strongly supports that Myrtle is not embarrassed by or ashamed of her affair with Tom or the apartment in which they carry it out?
"The living room was crowded to the doors with a set of tapestried furniture entirely too large for it…"
"Mrs. Wilson had changed her costume some time before and was now attired in an elaborate afternoon dress."
"We all looked in silence at Mrs. Wilson, who removed a strand of hair from over her eyes and looked back at us with a brilliant smile."
"At 158th Street the cab stopped at one slice in a long white cake of apartment houses."
"The only picture was an over-enlarged photograph…the countenance of a stout old lady beamed down into the room."