1. Who is the person who gets into trouble when offered a ride to the White Rabbit Bar and Lounge?
Jefferson is the person who gets into troubles when he decides to go along for a ride with Bear and Brother.
2. Who is the narrator of the story, revealed in the second chapter?
Grant Wiggins is an African American teacher who is revealed to be the narrator of the story.
3. What does Grant say to Tante Lou when she begins to get out of the car when they arrive at Pichot's house?
He tells her to stay put because he 'has nothing to do all day but serve.'
4. Why does Grant go with Miss Emma and Tante Lou to Mr. Pichot's house?
The group is trying to get Pichot to help them be allowed to visit with Jefferson.
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