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713Josh
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This story is interesting. Her sons are communist so, she is too. Her son is in prison and her other sun is out organizing a meeting. Nothing says that you love your child more than supporting and letting their beliefs flourish.
Dec 01, 2010 04:36AM
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713Josh
713Josh is on page 263 of 336
Wow.. Strong ending. She gave her life, and her son's life for what her son believed in. IF that's not love and nurturing, than i don't know what is.
Dec 01, 2010 04:52AM
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713Josh
713Josh is on page 262 of 336
It's interesting how Johnny-boys last words to his mother weren't like goodbye. They were"Why yup come Mah." This says much about their relationship. A goodbye didn't have to be said. It was given.
Dec 01, 2010 04:50AM
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713Josh
713Josh is on page 245 of 336
I think that she should trust Booker. He seemed to help her and he was being nice. Even so, how diddle find out about the meeting? and How did he know the sheriff was there? Still, I think that Sue should tell him the names, because she doesn't really have a choice. She's too wreak to go and tell them not to come to the meeting alone.
Dec 01, 2010 04:46AM
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713Josh
713Josh is on page 239 of 336
Sue show's a whole lot of courage, speaking to the white men like she is. Saying things like- get out of my house. I certainly hope they don't beat her.
Dec 01, 2010 04:42AM
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713Josh
713Josh is on page 235 of 336
Sue's sending her son out to die probably. She's basically letting his life get away for what he believes. This shows that she believes in him. I also thing she believes in legacy and he had left behind and was still working on one as a fighter for Black rights.
Dec 01, 2010 04:40AM
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713Josh
713Josh is on page 223 of 336
Sue and Johnny-boy have a unique relationship which needs not much talking. They seem to understand each other beyond words.
Dec 01, 2010 04:37AM
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713Josh
713Josh is on page 220 of 336
They marched and it worked. The fact that the mayor had to approach Taylor for help says a lot.
Dec 01, 2010 04:33AM
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713Josh
713Josh is on page 203 of 336
The most cruel thing about that whipping was that they made him talk and pray. He showed much courage in talking against the white folks.
Dec 01, 2010 04:31AM
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713Josh
713Josh is on page 170 of 336
The reverend is a good man. He is always selfless and doing what he thinks is best for his followers. I respect him for being confrontational. Even so, I think that he has seen to much racism and it has changed him. I didn't like how he talked to the mayor. He was not confrontational, and spoke to the mayor like he was his master.
Nov 30, 2010 08:50PM
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713Josh
713Josh is on page 170 of 336
Interesting dialect. Reds must mean communist. Many writers of this time like Langston Hughes were communist, and I'm pretty sure Richard Wright is also communist.
Nov 29, 2010 04:41AM
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