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    Gilly makes a paper airplane for William Ernest as part of a scheme to gain his favor. One evening, shortly after being placed in Mrs. Trotter's home, Gilly is asked to entertain William Ernest,...

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    Occasions of flattery are peppered throughout the story of The Great Gilly Hopkins. Probably the most prevalent examples occur at the dining table, when Mr. Randolph lavishly praises Mrs. Trotter's...

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    In Katherine Paterson's novel, The Great Gilly Hopkins, I would assume the setting is important primarily because while living in Maryland, Gilly will be required to interact with "people of...

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    Gilly, a violently angry girl who aims to be "too clever and too hard to manage," has deeply prejudiced feelings that are part of her general hatred for a world that seems to take no notice of her....

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    In the chapter "One Way Ticket," Gilly has finally stolen enough money to run away to California to find her mother. However, Gilly gets caught and is taken to the police department and Mrs....

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    The setting is the place where the story takes place.

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    Mrs. Trotter warned Gilly not to be mean to William Ernest because he was smaller, shy, and appeared more fragile than Gilly. He was younger than Gilly, and she could be both sharp spoken and...

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    Internal conflicts take place within the main character's mind. When faced with a dilemma, for example, which choice should he/she make? Whatever the conflict is in the story, the main character...

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    In the novel, "The Great Gilly Hopkins," Gilly decides that she will get together enough money to run away. She is wanting to go find her mother and she needs to get to California. She originally...

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    A significant event that can arguably be identified as the critical turning point for Gilly's life is the receipt of the The Lord of the Rings Trilogy by J.R.R. Tolkien. It was from the books that...

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