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Laura Lalonde Lalonde itibaren Balderlu, West Azerbaijan, İran itibaren Balderlu, West Azerbaijan, İran

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Laura Lalonde Lalonde itibaren Balderlu, West Azerbaijan, İran

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Questions I'm left with at the end of this book: 1. What was the "lesson" before dying? Nothing was moving enough to make any impression on me. I vaguely got the "stand tall" message, but was that it? 2. Jefferson was sentenced because he was determined guilty of killing a nice shop owner and his two friends. Where were their families throughout the story? Why weren't they involved AT ALL? We never heard anything about Bear or Brother or Mr.Grope, shouldn't their families and friends played some sort of role in this story? It's like the author entirely forgot about them. 3. What was the point of the author's secondary message, about staying vs. leaving? What was the final message? I feel that it didn't relate at all the Jefferson's storyline. 4. Wouldn't that bar fight have made some sort of press? It would have been a more interesting twist if the bar fight led to the sheriff discontinuing visits to Jefferson, and Grant being forced to see himself falling into the same traps as his fellow classmates (he states that many people he grew up with died in fights). 5. Why was Jefferson SO DUMB? I found it completely unnecessary-he was too simple and lacked dimension. There are more artful ways of portraying uneducated people that are still intelligent (Grapes of Wrath, Salvage the Bones). 6. Why was Grant so mean to his students?