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The question below refers to the selection "Night Calls." During the story, the relationship of the father and daughter is traced through… A. the father's decision to keep Marlene with him at
the Modder River Wildlife Sanctuary after the mother's death. B. the decision made by an aunt in Johannesburg to send Marlene to a boarding school. C. the story of an endangered red-crested night heron, which arrived at the sanctuary the year that the mother died in a car accident. D. what happens to King and Blitz, the dogs at Modder River Wildlife Sanctuary, after Marlene goes to boarding school.
A. the father's decision to keep Marlene with him at the Modder River Wildlife Sanctuary after the mother's death is the answer.
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