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What is the significance of Carl Heine Jr. keeping the bamboo fishing rod Kabuo gave him when they were children?
It reveals the cultural importance of fishing in the town.
It shows the close connection the two families shared.
It symbolizes the guilt that Carl Jr. feels for stealing the land from Kabuo.
It is used as evidence against Kabuo in his murder trial.
It reveals the fact that Carl Heine Jr. respected Kabuo and thought of him as a friend.