The Golden Apples

by Eudora Welty
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In “Sir Rabbit,” King MacLain reappears, a key character in the first story. How does what you know from “Shower of Gold” shape your response to what happens in “Sir Rabbit”?

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The information about King MacLain given out in "Shower of Gold ," which is where King first appears, shapes your understanding of the events in "Sir Rabbit" because you know that King MacLain is a demigod thus far much more than a king and you know how many of...

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The information about King MacLain given out in "Shower of Gold," which is where King first appears, shapes your understanding of the events in "Sir Rabbit" because you know that King MacLain is a demigod thus far much more than a king and you know how many of the children are his progeny because of the golden hair.

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