Towers Falling - Chapter 7: Ruined Weekend, Chapter 8:Small Groups, & Chapter 9: Principal's Office Summary & Analysis

Jewell Parker Rhodes
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Deja reveals on Saturday that she has not yet begun her homework project. She is sad that she does not have much to depict. She thinks about all the blankets and tablecloths from her mom's hope chest that they had to sell. She also says it is hard to keep a clean house without a sink. They have clothes and broken toys in boxes around their room, no chairs, and only the two beds on which to sit. The only neat thing in the room is Pop's locked suitcase with contents she has never been allowed to see. Ma says it is only stuff from Pop's last good job. Deja does not even remember Pop having a good job. To her, he had just seemed to hold one for a few months here and there. Once...

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