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2 to maggie its something that holds meaning close to

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2. To Maggie it’s something that holds meaning close to her heart that has been in the family. Dee wants something as a symbol of pride to show off, but not for the same meaning Maggie wanted it. 3. The name change was getting rid of the slavery era name given to slaves and embracing her new culture. 6. Dee opinion of them is that they are old fashioned and stuck on old ways and she has the right to take the quilts. Page 272 1. I did not seeing it as all knowing. 2. They are the thoughts. This helps us understand what they are thinking even if their actions are different. 3. The Dialogue for each character gives the reader more angles to view or understand the surrounding of the story. 6. Snopes was a gun for hire that was wild and anger.
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Page 394 1. She was a poor old black woman who refuses to give up on her task. 2 The journey became a quest when she had to overcome obstacle in her path. The Terrain, temperature, and terrible customer service because of who she was are some of the obstacles. 4. She was determined to overcome anything that stood between her and her getting the medicine her grandson needed. 7. They treated her like she was helpless or charity case looking for handouts until someone else has to let them know she is a prideful woman and grateful but never ashamed of who she was.
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  • Spring '08
  • ROSE
  • English, It, Slavery in the United States, Mrs. Mallard, Neil Young

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