Jazmin's Notebook - Study Guide Chapter 9: Daydreaming Summary & Analysis

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Miss Warren, the art teacher, thinks Jazmin's profile has character. Some people say that Jazmin would be cute without glasses but she doesn't agree. She's got her mother's hooked nose. She has a theory of how she got that nose. She tells her Jewish friend, Sophie, that she thinks she's a descendant of one of the Jewish Lost Tribes. Sophie tells her she could get a nose job if she doesn't like her nose. Jazmin insists that she's Jewish because she sings "Hava Nagila;" she's guilty about almost everything; and, she likes to eat knish! Jazmin does see things that the black community has in common with Jews—discrimination, pain and struggle to survive to name a few.

Sophie calls her "chicken" when Jazmin admits she hasn't visited her mother. Jazmin wonders to herself how she would react if she saw her mother...

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