anonymous
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anonymous
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There was a man of the island of Hawaii, whom I shall call Keawe; for the truth is, he still lives, and his name must be kept secret; but the place of his birth was not far from Honaunau, where the bones of Keawe the Great lie hidden in a cave. This man was poor, brave, and active; he could read and write like a schoolmaster; he was a first-rate mariner besides, sailed for some time in the island steamers, and steered a whaleboat on the Hamakua coast. At length it came in Keawe's mind to have a sight of the great world and foreign cities, and he shipped on a vessel bound to San Francisco. This is a fine town, with a fine harbor, and rich people uncountable; and, in particular, there is one hill which is covered with palaces. Upon this hill Keawe was one day taking a walk with his pocket full of money, viewing the great houses upon either hand with pleasure. "What fine houses there are!" he was thinking, "and how happy must those people be who dwell in them, and take no care for the morrow!" R. L. Stevenson, "The Bottle Imp"
anonymous
  • anonymous
Keawe is the narrator in this passage: True False
anonymous
  • anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
What grade and school do you go to?
anonymous
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What grade are you in and what school do you go to *
anonymous
  • anonymous
dont worry about that..
anonymous
  • anonymous
:'/ Ok
anonymous
  • anonymous
Flase
anonymous
  • anonymous
*False -.-
anonymous
  • anonymous
flase xD
anonymous
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lol dont judge. xD
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xD

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