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What does it show about Link Deas that he confronts Bob Ewell over his treatment of Helen?

A

He is unafraid, shrewd, and wants to be on Atticus' good side.

B

He is confident, gentlemanly, and still supports Tom Robinson's cause.

C

He is self-assured, neighborly, and hates poor whites like Bob Ewell.

D

He is afraid, self-interested, and wants to stay out of trouble at all costs.

E

He is manly, domineering, and bullies people like Bob Ewell all the time.

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