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The story is "The Fire Pond"
3. How does the setting of the story change as the story develops?
A.It starts as a source of conflict but is accepted in the end.
B.It starts as important to the characters but is not in the end.
C.It starts empty but becomes a happy place in the end.
D.It starts full of life but becomes dead later in the story.
I think it is important in the beginning and continues to be important...?

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