Lullaby - Section 3 Summary & Analysis

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Section 3 Summary

Ayah really does not care about the money that her husband is spending: she is concerned for his well-being. She actually hopes that the money is gone so she can find him and take him home. The only reason why Ayah and her husband accept the government money is because their farm is too dry to grow anything and it is the only way they have to survive. Out of respect for their traditional ways, Ayah and her husband still plant their garden every year; though they know, nothing will grow.

Ayah understands that the people staring at her are doing so out of fear. She does not understand why they would be afraid, but she walks proudly as they watch her. She has pride in herself for not changing into what the white man wanted, and pride in the fact that she...

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