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3. In “The Pigman & Me,” the author creates a mood of suspense by focusing most of the action around (1)a fight between two boys at school.
(2)a tree cut almost to its heart.
(3)Nonno Frankie’s advice to Paul.
(4)concerns about how a girl will react.

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  1. What do you think?

    posted by Nanny Margaret
  2. Thanks for being no help!!!

    posted by Raven from connexus
  3. yeah i reallly needed this

    posted by Nanny Margret is no help
  4. 'Basically Anonymous' was supposed to say what they thought was their answer. I'm not supposed to just give the answer.

    posted by Nanny Margaret

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