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Read these sentences from the passage: Of course I dared not tell my parents my reason for wishing to go to Paris. It was enough, to my mother at least, that I should desire to go on any account. Based on your reading of the full passage, which is the correct interpretation of these sentences? The narrator’s mother feared that her son might face trouble if he went to Paris. The narrator’s mother thought that her son would waste his time by traveling to Paris. The narrator’s mother wasn’t concerned about her son’s well-being. The narrator’s mother wanted her

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    I think A

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