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After the daughter in "Two Kinds" has grown up her mother and for us to give her a piano for her birthday. This action shows that her mother.

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    Why do you think her mother gave her a piano? Your teacher doesn't want to know what I think, the teacher wants to know what you think. Read or re-read the story and look for hints/reasons why the mother does what she does.

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    Please proofread what you posted. It doesn't make sense.

    Also have you been given choices? Or are you supposed to guess?

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    No, the post does not make sense as written. I am assuming this is an essay question, but it could be multiple choice. We have no way of knowing from this post. And how are we (us) involved in giving the piano?

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