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Miller 1 Robert Miller S. Sneed Short Story 14 April 20 Sylvia in “The Lesson” In reading the Lesson by Toni Cade Bambara, I found that there a lot of lessons learned in this selection. Sylvia, the main character, turns out to be a dynamic character in this selection because she learns a great lesson. This story starts out with Sylvia going about her every day life. Little did she know that a lesson in everyday life was about to be brought upon her. Things around the neighborhood were fairly normal until Miss. Moore moved in down the street. Sylvia was not much for change and was not delighted by the presence on Miss. Moore in the neighbor hood. Little did Sylvia know that in the end it would be Miss. Moore who would have taught her a lesson in life. Miss. Moore moving into the neighbor hood brought some hostility. Sylvia and her friends were not much for change and didn’t like other people who were not like them. One day Miss. Moore decides to round everybody up at the mailbox. She is going
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course PE 101 taught by Professor Drye during the Spring '08 term at Mississippi State.

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