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In Black Boy, Richard’s mother places him and his brother in an orphanage A) in desperation. B) in anger. C) at their father’s insistence. D) by order of the court.
A) in desperation. .. he and his brother are sent to live in an orphanage because his mother cannot afford to feed them.
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