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Which idea is explored in both “Like the Sun” and “The Open Window”? A. death B. greed C. truthfulness D. affection
Truthfulness is explored in both “Like the Sun” and “The Open Window.”
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Truthfulness is explored in both “Like the Sun” and “The Open Window.”
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