1. With what name does Maureen madden July? Why?
2. Why is the warthog piglet cause for celebration?
3. Why does July want his wife and mother to praise the meat Bam brought to the village?
4. Why is Martha not used to obeying July?
5. What happens to the kittens, and why?
1. Maureen mentions Ellen to July as an underhanded threat to the stability of his current life. By bringing up Ellen, Maureen shows herself to be disloyal and in possession of knowledge that could seriously...
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