When he brings up the subject of the Dubois sculpture, the narrator
wants to give Tony the impression of being...
A. cautious. B. resigned. C. mysterious.
What is the narrator referring to when he uses the expression "tiny
pill" (highlighted in the text above)?
His shortage of precise details about the collector. B. His lack of certainty about the value of the painting. C. His
concerns about the collector's interest in the painting.
doubts about the collector's ability to pay for the painting.