Unformatted text preview: 6) Maggie and the mother are not hurt that bad by poverty. They have a house and a farm. They have food, shelter, and everything that is necessary. They don’t have luxuries such as a car. They are able to live the way they are and don’t have to worry about losing their property. 7) Dee has been damaged more by childhood deprivations than Maggie has. Dee is something different and not close to her family. Maggie is close to her family and that is more valuable. Dee may have luxuries but she does not have family that is always there for her and that is the most valuable thing in life....
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This note was uploaded on 05/09/2008 for the course EN 102 taught by Professor Knapp during the Spring '08 term at Passaic County Community College.
- Spring '08