How does the resolution of lizabeth’s conflict in “marigolds” develop the theme? a.)lizabeth realizes that miss lottie is not a witch but a broken person trying to make a little beauty in her world. b.)lizabeth is able to express her deep anger by ripping up all of miss lottie’s marigolds. c.)the late-night outing with her brother brings lizabeth a sense of companionship. d.)lizabeth is able to replace the lost marigolds and bring peace to miss lottie’s life.

English 19/08/2019 05:39 PM answersmine

Answered @ 19/08/2019 05:39 PM By answersmine

The answer is A. Lizabeth goes back to Miss Lottie's house to wreck her marigolds but then realizes that she is just a broken person trying to brighten up her world.

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