Guide :High School

Why does the banker despise himself at the end of “The Bet”?

Why does the banker despise himself at the end of “The Bet”? A) When he pays off his bet, he will be a poor man. B) While his prisoner became wise and educated, he wasted his life. C) To get out
The answer is letter C) To get out of the bet, he was willing to murder a man.  The Bet is a story of a young lawyer and a banker who made a bet whether or not death penalty is worse than being imprison for life. In the end, the banker was able to kill the lawyer. ...

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