Why do you suppose Margot makes no effort to join the children in their games or to respond to their taunts?

Why do you suppose Margot makes no effort to join the children in their games or to respond to their taunts?

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    Margot is unable to muster any courage to join the children in their games or to respond to their taunts maybe because she knows that she thinks and behaves different from others, so it’s never any use to be a part of them as they won’t understand like Margot does.

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