Never-Ending Book Quiz
From what novel is the following passage excerpted?: "She had ranged, she would have said, through space and surveyed much of mankind, and was therefore now, in her own eyes, a very different person from the frivolous young woman from Albany who had begun to take the measure of Europe on the lawn at Gardencourt a couple of years before."
Choose the correct answer:A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man Portrait of Jennie The Portrait of a Lady
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