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“Many of the books I have to use are hand-me-downs from the white schools, Dr. Joseph,” I said. “ And they have missing pages. How can I—” a. Grant b. He is speaking to the school superintendent during Joseph’s yearly visit to the school 8. “Where else could I have felt superior to so many but here?” a. Matthew Antoine b. Antoine is speaking to Grant during one of Grant’s visits to the teacher he had had. 9. “Everything you sent me to school for, you’re stripping me of it,” I told my aunt. a. Grant b. He is talking to Tante Lou and Miss Emma when they try to trick him into going to see Jefferson by himself. 10. “You brought some corn?…That’s what hogs eat,” he said, turning his head now to look at me. a. Jeffersonb. He is speaking to Grant on their first visit alone together. 11. “I hate it too,” she said. “But staying overnight somewhere—I can’t take that chance.” a. Vivian b. She is trying to explain to Grant why she cannot go away for the weekend with him. 12. “You know the answer for yourself, Grant. You love them more than you hate this place.” 13. Then I kissed her, kissed her very tenderly, and when I looked at her again, I could see in her face that she loved me as much as I loved her.
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7 A Lesson Before Dying TEACHING UNIT INTRODUCTION AND OBJECTIVES 14. This was Vivian’s first time back here, and I told her that my people had worked these fields ever since slavery, and many of them were buried in the cemetery behind us. 15. “No, m’am, I’m going around you,” I said. “But I’m going to make the coffee.” a. Grant b. He is talking to his Tante Lou, standing up to her when she tries to bully him during Vivian’s visit. 16. He was full of anger—and who could blame him?—but he was no fool. He needed me, and he wanted me here, if only to insult me. a. Grantb. He is telling the reader about Jefferson’s feelings. 17. The children had contributed nickels, dimes, quarters—money they had made from picking pecans—and Irene, Odessa, and Odeal James had gone to Baton Rouge and bought a wool sweater and a pair of wool socks.
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