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Sample 8 Sentence Character Sketch

Sample 8 Sentence Character Sketch - forgiving person For...

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Character Sketch of Luella Jones from “Thank You Ma’am” Mrs. Luella Bates Washington Jones, a character in Langston Hughes’  short story “Thank You Ma’am”, is a brave, kind, and forgiving person.  Mrs.  Jones is extremely brave when she is confronted by a robber named  Roger.  For example, Mrs. Jones kicks and grabs Roger by his shirt when  he tries to grab her purse.  Kindness is another quality of Mrs. Jones.  Even  though Roger tries to hurt Mrs. Jones, she invites Roger home with her to  give him food and a place to wash up.   As well, Mrs. Jones is a very 
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Unformatted text preview: forgiving person. For example, she forgives Roger for trying to steal her purse and also gives him money so that he can buy a pair of shoes. These examples prove that Mrs. Luella Bates Washington Jones is a very brave, kind, and forgiving character. Remember: -write in present tense -make sure you use specific examples -think of the order of your traits: 1. second strongest, 2. weakest, 3. strongest...
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  • Fall '09
  • Culper
  • English, 2005 albums, Langston  Hughes, Mrs.  Luella  Bates  Washington  Jones, Luella   Bates   Washington, Mrs.   Luella   Bates, Bates   Washington   Jones

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