Saved in marigolds, what do the following lines from the passage mainly reveal about lizabeth? suddenly i was ashamed, and i did not like being ashamed. the child in me sulked and said it was all in fun, but the woman in me flinched at the thought of the malicious attack that i had led.
The passage reveals that Lizabeth is experiencing a major change; she is understanding how she affects the world around her and is maturing into adulthood.
Explanation: In the story "Marigolds" by Eugenia Collier, Lizabeth struggles with change in her maturity. Lizabeth went from carelessly destroying marigolds, to understanding what she did was wrong because she destroyed the one thing that gave Miss Lottie happiness.
A. Lizabeth knows she is maturing because she is aware of the consequences of her actions is the correct answer.
lizbeth is maturing
she realizes everything she does has consequences