Life on the color line - Jerod Lane Cultural Pluralism...

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Jerod Lane Cultural Pluralism April 6, 2010 Essay response # 2 The Complex Love Relationship The statement “The relationship between Dad and Grandma was a complex, tangled web of love and hate, mutual dependency on alcohol and on one another. Grandma was bitter over being treated as a maid instead of being welcomed as family” is very obvious and has a lot of backup and reasons why the feelings were felt between Buster and his mother. Buster was known as a protector of gypsies. One night a gunshot shattered the houses front glass window and because of that Buster was very irritated. He told the kids he was going to Virginia to “tie up some loose ends (34)” and salvage the business. In the mean time the boys would “live with Aunt Bess (34)”. Buster was gone longer than Aunt Bess expected and impatience started to come out of her
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but she still considered them family and did not want them to leave. But Uncle Osco did not feel the same way.
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This note was uploaded on 04/28/2011 for the course SPORTS ADM 101 taught by Professor Debbie during the Spring '10 term at Capital University.

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