The narrator did not go inside Lucia's room as
(a) he did not want to intrude into their privacy
(b) he thought that the boys would object
(c) Lucia would not welcome a stranger
(d) the boys would feel he was spying on them

NCERT Class 10th: Ch 1 Two Gentlemen of Verona Literature Reader English

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2016-06-07T15:22:28+05:30

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Hi. The answer of this question is (a) - he did not want to intrude into their privacy.

From the story:

"Won't you go in?" the nurse murmured. "Lucia will be pleased to see you."

I shook my head and turned away. I felt I could not bear to intrude upon this happy family party. But at the foot of the staircase I drew up and begged her to tell me all she knew about these boys. 
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The answer is option a
he did not want to make the boys uncomfortable and he did not make the boys think that the cat is let out of the box. 
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