Annie John - Chapter 5 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 5 Summary

Annie sits in history class with only an hour to go before lunch. She has been named prefect for the class for her excellence in the subject, but she knew in her heart that she was not the model for good behavior that someone in that position should be. From her seat at the head of the class she could see all the girls and she could occasionally look out the window without the teacher spotting her.

On that particular day, the students were studying Christopher Columbus and his discovery of Dominica, an island in the West Indies. Miss Edward was posing a question to Ruth, a new girl from England. Ruth didn't know the answer and Annie wasn't surprised. After all, her ancestors had been the masters of this land and she didn't understand any other perspective. Miss Edward reminded Ruth every...

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