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Mr. Stevens remarks on how Miss Kenton appears to him now. What does he say?
Miss Kenton looked sad and lonely, the lines on her face “etching her disappointment.”
“She looked aged and tired.”
Miss Kenton was unrecognizable to him, with her old spirit gone.
Miss Kenton had grown heavier and matronly.
Miss Kenton was surprisingly similar to the woman he remembered.