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Jefferson, darling. How are you holding up?
Jefferson? How are you?
If you hadn't given him that darn radio, we would've had his attention and gotten to speak with him.
I gave him it because I care for him. I am not taking it back like they took his humanity.
Jefferson I got you a notebook for you to confide in. You can only have it if you agree to meet with Miss Emma in the daybreak room.
Within this scene, Jefferson is intrigued with the radio that Grant had bought for him. He feels as if he was a connection within the world now. Miss Emma, Tante Lou, and Reverend Ambrose went to visit Jefferson and he refuses to engage in conversation with them because he is preoccupied.
Here, Miss Emma is upset with Grant because of the radio that he has given Jefferson. He feels that taking away the radio would be like taking back his existence in the world.
In this scene, Grant makes a deal with Jefferson to have him meet with Miss Emma. He also offers him a journal so that he can express himself and become more relieved by not having to hold his emotions in.
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