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The emotion that the boy does not feel at the end of "Araby" is a. anguish c. shame b. anger d. jealousy
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User: The emotion that the boy does not feel at the end of "Araby" is a. anguish c. shame b. anger d. jealousy

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Weegy: The emotion that the boy does not feel at the end of "Araby" is d. jealousy.
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