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"Lawd! Pheoby breathed out heavily, Ah done growed ten feet higher from jus' listenin' tuh you, Janie. Ah ain't satisfied wid mahself no mo'. Ah means tuh make Sam take me fishin' wid him after this. Nobody better not criticize yuh in mah hearin.'"

What does this quote indicate is the effect of Janie's story on Phoeby at the end of the novel?


Phoeby feels sorry for Janie's hardships.


Phoeby has grown to appreciate her own husband even more.


Phoeby feels even closer to her best friend, and is happy that Janie is back.


Phoeby has a deeper appreciation of non traditional experiences of love that Janie has had.


Phoeby begins to resent her relationship with her husband and realize that it is not fulfilling.

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