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The author characterizes Paul's mother primarily through A. her interactions with her two daughters. B. her relationship with Paul. C. her reaction to getting the job at the dress shop. D. her relationship with her brother.
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User: The author characterizes Paul's mother primarily through A. her interactions with her two daughters. B. her relationship with Paul. C. her reaction to getting the job at the dress shop. D. her relationship with her brother.

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