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Which of the following lines from the text offers the strongest clue about who exactly is responsible for patching Jem's pants and leaving them for him to find?
“When I went back, they were folded across the fence… like they were expectin’ me.”
“They’d been sewed up. Not like a lady sewed ‘em, like somethin’ I’d try to do. All crooked.”
“Like somebody was readin‘ my mind… like somebody could tell what I was gonna do.”
“Can’t anybody tell what I’m gonna do lest they know me, can they, Scout?”
“Can’t anybody tell what you’re gonna do lest they live in the house with you, and even I can’t tell sometimes.”