Heathcliff was dangerously sick; and while he lay at the worst he would have me constantly by his pillow; I suppose he felt I did a good deal for him, and he hadn’t the wit to guess that I was compelled to do it. In the sentence from the passage, what does compelled to do it mean?
A) I felt honored just to be with him.
B) I felt a love that could not separate us.
C) I felt I was obligated to take care of him.
D) I felt revolted to care for such a sick man.

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C. i felt i was obligated to take care of him


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