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Answered a Question in A Long Way from Chicago
The story is a series of vignettes, each with its own small problem that needs to be solved depending on what is happening in the town that summer. But there are a couple of overarching conflicts...
Answered a Question in Johnny Tremain
Esther Forbes creates suspense in the final chapters of Johnny Tremain by involving us in the furtive efforts of the colonists as the conflict comes to a head. Several characters that we know are...
Answered a Question in George Washington's Socks
Quentin, or Q for short, is the character in George Washington’s Socks who wears glasses. Q is the brains of the group, as described by Matt, and the glasses give him an air of being intelligent....
Answered a Question in To Kill a Mockingbird
The text shows us that Tom Robinson’s testimony was very strong. First of all, Tom is nervous about telling his side of the story because it is not consistent with the testimony of both Bob and...
Answered a Question in In the Time of the Butterflies
In the Time of the Butterflies discusses not only the fact that the sisters stood up for what they thought was right, but also the various processes they each went through to get to that place....
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