Read these lines from great expectations by charles dickens:

all this time, i was getting on towards the river; but however fast i went, i couldn't warm my feet, to which the damp cold seemed riveted, as the iron was riveted to the leg of the man i was running to meet.

what does the phrase "damp cold seemed riveted" suggest about how the narrator feels?

a. he cannot escape the feeling of the icy weather
b. he thinks the rain will make things better
c. he feels sure that his plans caused the rain
d. he sees the sky and knows what is coming.

Answers

He cannot escape the feeling of icy weather. 

The phrase "damp cold seemed riveted" suggests about the narrator's feeling that:

a. He cannot escape the feeling of icy dread.

Explanation:

In chapter three of the novel "Great Expectation," the opening scene focuses on the inner thoughts of the narrator. Pip assumes that everything present in nature is declaring him to be a thief. The looks of the ox make him feel that even he is giving his disapproval at Pip.

The phrase "damp cold seemed riveted" suggests about the narrator's feeling that:

a. He cannot escape the feeling of icy dread.

a. He cannot escape the feeling of icy dread.

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I´d say A. Others don´t make much sense in the context.
I´d say A. Others don´t make much sense in the context.


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