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Say why? Write it in your notebook. Captain Squire Robert said, “I wash my hands off it.” - English

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Say why? Write it in your notebook.

Captain Squire Robert said, “I wash my hands off it.”

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Captain Robert Squire was uncertain about allowing Joan to go to the Dauphin. He could not believe that Joan would be successful in her mission. Even then, he could not withstand her determination and confidence: he also felt that this was the last chance of saving Orleans, and that there was something special about Joan. However, he did not want to be held responsible for anything; hence he said "I wash my hands off it."

Concept: Reading Skill (Textual)
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Balbharati English Kumarbharati 10th Standard SSC Maharashtra State Board
Chapter 1.5 Joan of Arc
English workshop | Q 4. (e) | Page 35
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