English 115-5

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Luis E. Molina Professor Wenzell English 115-13 7 February 2011 HW 5 1) A) It changed his relationship with his family in a negative manner; it  actually pulls him away from them.  He became so focused on his studies  that he would correct his parents on their grammar and would hide away  to read.  He slowly lost his accent.  He was losing the time when he felt  comfortable with his prior self.  He was losing his bond toward his family.  He became ashamed of them, and who he used to be.  B) The further you  are from who you want to be, the more it applies.  If you come from a  family where you want to follow in your father’s footsteps, then you give  up nothing to pursue your education. 2) A) A “scholarship boy” is a term that Richard Hoggarts used for a boy who  comes from a working-class family who is “moderately endowed” and just 
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