MASTER HAROLD and the Boys questions

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MASTER HAROLD… and the Boys 1. The owners of St. George’s Tea Room are at the hospital and their relation to Hally is mother and father. 2. Hally thinks that Abraham Lincoln didn’t really have an effect on Sam since Sam was never really a slave. He goes on the say that if he really should be thanking someone for that, it should be William Wilberforce since he was the one who freed his ancestors in South Africa. Hally gives Charles Darwin as an example of a “man of magnitude.” Hally also gives Leo Niolaevich Tolstoy as another “man of magnitude.” 3. Hally does not like Sam’s choice of Jesus as a “man of magnitude” because he is an atheist. 4. Given the ages of the three characters in the play, their relationships do not seem conventional by American standards. Hally appears to be in charge. 5. As a boy, Hally hid from his mother in Sam and Willie’s room. 6. He was surprised at the fact that a “black man” knew something about flying a kite. 7.
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2008 for the course THAR 281 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '07 term at Texas A&M.

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