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In "Paul's Case" why does Paul go to work early? He didn't want to loose his job,he wanted to wrestle with the other boys,he liked looking at the picture in the art gallery,he didn't want to
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C. He liked looking at the pictures in the art gallery.
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User: In "Paul's Case" why does Paul go to work early? He didn't want to loose his job,he wanted to wrestle with the other boys,he liked looking at the picture in the art gallery,he didn't want to get caught skipping school

Weegy: C. He liked looking at the pictures in the art gallery.
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Weegy: In Young Goodman Brown, hoary corpse means an extremely old dead body.
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