Passage III

30. By her statements in lines 77–80, the narrator is most nearly asserting that:

  • F. in her world, adults are generally considered more
    important than children.

  • G. she, like everyone and everything else, was a small
    part of a larger world.

  • H. it still mattered greatly whether people saw or
    ignored her.

  • J. she was less valuable than other people in her