Unformatted text preview: ii. What columns mean (original 12 “dark” men), p. 55 iii. The graves were switched; Garlic has arranged marriage between Planter and Lady, p. 49 iv. Slavery makes full knowledge impossible for whites: “she who ain’t free not to love, ain’t free to love”, p. 103 g. Slavery complicates issues of family and blood h. What makes a family? How does one know? P. 133, “mamalady” i. Lady as perfect, delicate southern lady, p. 102 j. Revelation: Lady as part black, p. 124 i. SIGNIFICANCE? 1. “Of course the mammy knows.” P. 125 2. Lady’s letter to P: “I wish I did not know what I know now. I wish I was not what I am now,” p. 125 ii. Has Lady become a different woman? 1. A “black white lady”? 2. Like Julia Alvarez’s “white woman of color”? 3. “one drop” rule...
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