Summary of War of the Wall

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  • Anger With Painter Woman
  • Oi! What are you doing at our wall?
  • I had the permission to do this, I'll let you know.
  • After School
  • Shut Up!!!
  • Pretty White Walls...
  • The Morris Twins Bring Food To Painter Woman
  • Suppah time!!!
  • I have my own food, now you run home.
  • Narrator and Lou go to the wall and are quite surprised to see this woman at the wall.  They have played wall ball, they have hung out at it, and basically, they really enjoyed the wall. 
  • The Pig Argument
  • EAT THE PIG NOW!
  •  After school, the narrator and Lou go to the wall after school to see the wall white! (This is supposed to be white!) Lou starts to take a liking to the art, which angers the narrator quite a lot.
  • Art On The Wall
  • We now realize that people are paying to the painter lady. There are two twin girls in the neighborhood (The Morris Girls) who bring a nice, home-cooked meal to the painter lady.
  • Theme: Even Seemingly useless things have meaning and purpose
  • Hey, that painter woman actually had purpose!
  • Oh, Ah knew that!
  • The Painter Lady turns down an offer for pig from the narrator's mama. The narrator's mama explains who in the south, not eating pig is unacceptable.
  • But I'm Jewish!
  • After a lot of work, the painter lady has finished her work. She has painted a few heroes of the Civil rights movement, which was currently happening.
  • Beautiful!
  • Astounding!
  • In the end, everyone realizes that the painter woman was doing things for good and for showing the world about great heroes of the Civil Rights movement. Therefore, she is trying to spread the good. 
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