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What important statement is made in the excerpt about the upper-class world that Judy grew up in and that Dexter aspires to join? Those in the upper classes only value surface appearances. Those in the upper class do not understand love and typically have unhappy marriages. Judy values only her own desires because she is immature and self-absorbed.

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"I'm more beautiful than anybody else," she said brokenly, "why can't I be happy?" Her moist eyes tore at his stability—her mouth turned slowly downward with an exquisite sadness: "I'd like to marry you if you'll have me, Dexter. I suppose you think I'm not worth having, but I'll be so beautiful for you, Dexter."

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