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Invention of Wings

what does the lavender ribbon symbolize and who hetty and lavender ribbon
what happened because of the conversation "... i'm sorry mother... i cant accept ." her mom got really mad and her mom was embarrassed.
what does the ocean symbolize how hetty wants to be free
What is the time the book takes place 1803- 1805
what do black triangle on a quilt symbolize wings and freedom
what does the story take place Charleston, south carolina
what does mothers cane a symbol of a way to hit the slaves on the head
what is the manumission document a symbol of document to set handful free
what is the physical setting of where Sarah and Hetty live they live by the harbor on a slave owning plantation
what are basket names name slave moms give to their children
i'd seen it done, but seeing ain't doing. i didnt know to check the flue, and here came all this smoke swarming out like chimney bats." is what type of irony Verbal
what is fathers tone and Sarah's tone in the following quote. " he walked back to the chair behind the chancel... i was trying to understand what i should think, but his face was a blank implacable mask.' Father- he was disappointed and upset Sarah- She did not understand what he was thinking
what is the social setting 10 people in the Grimke family with 14 slaves
what is the symbolism for Hettys thimble how she wants to sew
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