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Which of the following lines best indicates what is ironic about the Sam Levy anecdote that Atticus tells Jem and Scout?
Sam Levy had sold the Klansmen the bed sheets in which they were dressed when they came to harass him.
Sam Levy was harassed for being a Jew - not the type of individual usually thought of as the target of the Klan.
Atticus tells the story about Sam Levy as if the whole thing was rather ridiculous, when it was actually quite serious.
The Klan set out to shame Sam Levy, but he shamed them instead, calling them names and cutting them down to size.
The Klan in Maycomb did not even know how to carry out proper Ku Klux Klan rituals like burning crosses in front of homes.