‘Sometimes it does people good to have their feelings hurt.” Who says this and what does she say to hurt Mrs. Pearson.

Dear Student, 

These lines were said by the spirit of Mrs. Fitzgerald to Cyril. Mrs. Fitzgerald's spirit was occupying the body of Mrs. Pearson. Originally, Mrs. Pearson was timid and meek. She never had the courage to tell her husband that the people at the club called him 'Pompy-ompy Pearson'. However, Mrs. Fitzgerald was a bold and confident woman. In the form of Mrs. Pearson, she tried to explain Cyril that even though the truth seemed rude, it would do George Pearson a favour. If he stopped going to the club, he would not be ridiculed by people. 

Regards,

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