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What can be concluded about both Solomon and the judge in "A Just Judge?"
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A. They both lived through violent childhoods. B. Neither man is married. C. They are both very wealthy. D. They are both widely respected for their wisdom.
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D
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c
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In "The Convict and the Bishop," why is the welcoming scene the author describes in the little one-story house ironic?
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The house is attached to the prison. B. The residents are unwilling to welcome Valjean for the night. C. The family does not have enough food to share. D. The residents are in mourning over the death of a child.
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In "Ooka and the Honest Thief," how are Ooka and Gonta similar?
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A. Both are proud and careless. B. Both are honest and fair-minded. C. Both are poor and unemployed. D. Both are wise and respected
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b
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