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Dickens in Camp
From Sand Hill to Pine
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What do you think Howard Zinn, Isaac Asimov, and Pablo Picasso, would say about Coming of Age in Mississippi?
Is it possible for a collective identity to survive the highly competitive world of capital? In order to understand this question, think about how Anne and her family live.
Are we, as a society, attentive to the power of language and how it can be used to shape an idea? What does this mean to you?
Where do "we" as a society learn the concept of race?
How does the young Moody understand blackness and whiteness ?
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