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In addition to wanting to visit his grandmother’s grave, why does Momaday return to Rainy Mountain? A. To recover from a painful divorce. B. To understand the journey of his people. C. To see if he wants to live there full-time. D. To visit with his other relatives.
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In addition to wanting to visit his grandmother’s grave, Momaday returns to Rainy Mountain: To understand the journey of his people. In order to get as close as possible to his roots, Momaday returns to his Grandmother's house where the spirit of the Kiowa tribe is very strong.
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