The description below belongs to which of the following characters? physically strong, morally weak silas marner nancy lammeter

The description below belongs to which of the following characters? physically strong, morally weak silas marner nancy lammeter godfrey cass dunstan cass eppie

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  1. Godfrey Cass

    Explanation:

    Godfrey Cass is the eldest son of Squire Cass. This character exhibits a big, muscular frame, which would be considered as physically strong. However, he aslo is morally weak. He knows what the right thing to do is but he often ignores his conscience. Because of this, he ends up paying the price of these mistakes.

  2. Godfrey Cass.

    Explanation:

    In the story "Silas Marner: The Weaver of Raveloe" by George Eliot, the character of Godfrey Cass is physically strong but weak morally. He harbours a secret- his marriage to Molly, an opium addict and their daughter Eppie. He had married Molly Farren when he was young but hid it from his father for he knows he will oppose it. Then, when their child Eppie came, he also hid this from everyone. Only his brother Dunstan knows about it. His fear of people's judgement resulted in the secret live of Molly and Eppie. Then, after Molly's death, he married Nancy Lammeter, his second wife. But by the time he was ready to acknowledge Eppie as his daughter, Eppie had already accepted her adoptive father as her real father and did not want anything with Godfrey.

  3. Godfrey Cass: This character represents a duality of characteristics. He seems to know what is the right thing to do but he often ignores his conscience and ends up paying the price even though he is also represented as good-natured. He also has a big muscular frame.

    Correct Answer is C.) Godfrey Cass is physically strong, morally weak

  4. Godfrey Cass.

    Explanation:

    In the story "Silas Marner: The Weaver of Raveloe" by George Eliot, the character of Godfrey Cass is physically strong but weak morally. He harbours a secret- his marriage to Molly, an opium addict and their daughter Eppie. He had married Molly Farren when he was young but hid it from his father for he knows he will oppose it. Then, when their child Eppie came, he also hid this from everyone. Only his brother Dunstan knows about it. His fear of people's judgement resulted in the secret live of Molly and Eppie. Then, after Molly's death, he married Nancy Lammeter, his second wife. But by the time he was ready to acknowledge Eppie as his daughter, Eppie had already accepted her adoptive father as her real father and did not want anything with Godfrey.

  5. The right answer for the question that is being asked and shown above is that: 

    physically strong => Silas Marner, Godfrey Cass
    morally weak => Nancy Lammeter,  Dunstan Cass, Eppie

  6. Assuming that this is referring to the same list of options that was posted before with this question, these terms would be referring in part to the Doctor. 

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