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sam1443 Apr 27, 2020 at 8:31pm

In Chapter 3, "Essie Mae" is going to discuss several instances of her interactions with white individuals, especially women. Using these examples and pulling quotes as necessary, explain Anne's childhood perception of race and her place in it. Make sure that you focus on her understanding and misunderstanding. In analyzing Anne's perceptions, make sure that you are also analyzing her in relation to Richard. What similarities exist between the two? What differences are there?