What is a short summary of Chapter 10 or Beka Lamb?
i don't have the book and i need to read it maybe if i get summaries on each chapter, i mite get an idea of what is going on. Anytime i go to buy the book the store does not have it so plz help :)
I would not be a good teacher If I did not advise you to get the book and read it yourself instead of relying on chapter summaries. Why don't you order the book online? There are many low-cost companies and they will ship it to you in a couple of days.
In chapter 10, Beka goes to her great-grandmother's funeral. Great-Gran Straker is her mother's grandmother. There is a long ceremony in the church, followed by the burial at the cemetary. Beka attends with her family and her Granny Ivy and learns a great deal about famly tradition at this event and the party that follows. Emilio's mother greets Toycie's aunt, Miss Eila, and speaks to her in a condescending way. She is not happy that Emilio and Toycie are boyfriend and girlfriend. She considers Toycie beneath them socially. In this chapter, the social differences between the Creoles and Spanish are illustrated, but if you have not read the rest of the novel, you won't have a clue what I'm talking about here. Get the book, dear.
thanx lynnebh it really helped and yeah i'll try to get the book i'll ask my cousin to get it for me as she is always on the internet :D