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What do you learn from the dialogue between Mr. Frank and Miep at the beginning of Scene 1?

A;Miep wants to show Mr. Frank something in the building.

B;Mr. Frank wants to live in this building to hold on to his memories.

C;The war has ended, but Mr. Frank does not want to remain in Amsterdam.

D;The war is not yet over, and Mr. Frank is fleeing the country.

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