I have to decide which offer in the story "Two Offers" is better and I do not see two detailed offers of marriage.

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In the story "Two Offers," the author never explains the merits of each offer of marriage. Rather, it's clear that the woman has two offers and isn't sure whether she can love either man enough to marry them. There is nothing to differentiate one from the other. She says they're both good offers that a girl would be happy to have.

Ten years later, she lays dying and her husband is not there. The narrator explains that the marriage wasn't a true union...

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