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The following question refers to the story “To Build a Fire” by Jack London. According to the old-timer on Sulphur Creek, what was the man’s biggest mistake? a. traveling alone c. failing to bring
extra clothes b. stopping for too long at lunch d. not watching for hidden springs
According to the old-timer on Sulphur Creek, the man’s biggest mistake was a. traveling alone
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