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Zami, a New Spelling of My Name Short Essay - Answer Key

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Short Essay Questions Key

1. How are the Carriacou women first described in the book?

The Carriacou women are first described in the book as being legendary for their love for one another and the strength and beauty they possess.

2. How is the meaning of Zami first described in the book?

The meaning of Zami is first described in the book as being the word Carriacou women use to express how they love each other and the strength and beauty they admire in one another.

3. How does the author describe her parents' relationship for the first time in the book?

The author describes her parents' relationship for the first time in the book as being a good one despite their having to deal with difficulties with each of them respecting each other as equals.

4. How does Audre describe her view of her mother when she was a young child in Harlem?

Audre describes her view of her mother when she was a young child in Harlem as being someone she was in awe of and that, even though she was often imposing and embarrassed her, she loves her for being so different.

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