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Was the letter exchange with the President of the author's secondary school 'anything?' Please explain your point of view.

Regarding Eatonville, Florida: do you feel this intentionally segregated town was a healthy project for America after the Civil War? Defend your answer.

Who is Captain Eaton and why does he matter so much?

Who is Big Sweet and how did she save Zora's life from Lucy?

Which is your favorite chapter of this book and why?

Why didn't Zora write all about 'the race issue?'

Did Zora have a conflict between love and her career? If so, please describe it. If not, please explain it.

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