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A theme of “Poor Fish” could be: Crime doesn’t pay. Circuses are fun. Love is blind. Work hard to get ahead.

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This story is by Alberto Moravia btw.
what lesson?

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unit 4
my quiz doesn't have that question..
Dang , could you give it a guess if you remember reading it? haha
well I don't think it's B, but you should read it not me. Whatever one fits the story best. Read the first paragraph and the last one and you could probally tell what one it is.
i took that give me a second
i think its b too didnt see that question though
Lol I think the only it isn't is b, like brookecookie said
I just guessed c and got it right, thanks for trying guys!
that was my second guess darn

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