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Why does Framton run off without saying good-bye? 1.He is afraid of dogs. 2.He must rush to the doctors. 3.He is angry with the child. 4.He thinks he sees ghosts.
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User: Why does Framton run off without saying good-bye? 1.He is afraid of dogs. 2.He must rush to the doctors. 3.He is angry with the child. 4.He thinks he sees ghosts.

Weegy: What is the book please?
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User: The Open Window

Weegy: Frampton runs off without saying good-bye because; 4. He thinks he sees ghosts.
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