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26 February, 12:07

In Hard Times by Charles Dickens, how do Bitzer and Sissy differ?

He is wealthy, but she is poor.

He knows facts, but she uses her imagination.

He is polite, but she is rude.

He has no family, but she has a father.

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  1. 26 February, 12:37
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    He knows facts, but she uses her imagination.

    Sissy represents fancy while Bitzer represents facts
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