The Mare - Pages 98 – 130 Summary & Analysis

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In “Ginger,” Ginger tried to talk to Velvet’s teachers but had to get a permission letter from Velvet’s mother in order to do so. When the teacher, Ms. Rodriguez called Ginger back she said that Velvet had discipline issues but that she was doing better with her work. The teacher, however, knew nothing of the book report with which Ginger had helped Velvet.

In “Velvet,” Even though Strawberry still would not talk to Velvet at school, she pushed Velvet to get permission so she could go to Paul and Ginger’s house as well. On the way to the station Velvet’s mother yelled at her, telling her that she was stupid. Velvet noticed people were looking at her like she was crazy.

In “Ginger,” on the train ride home, Ginger was surprised when Velvet said she thought people were stupid for...

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