Story Board: Thank you m'am
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In the beginning of the short story, it described the lady and her purse. It had the young boy eying the purse and then he made his move. He tried to mug her.
The lady wasn't really reluctant on grabbing him and dragging him. This caused a crowd of people to stare at them. She asked him questions like, "Are you ashamed of yourself?" and "If I turn you loose, will you run?" She made him pick her pocketbook up too.
The next one is where she inquires him about having anyone at home to wash his face and not having a home. He was still struggling to get out of the woman's grasp. Then the woman decided to drag him to her house.
The lady took the boy, Roger, to her house to clean him up and give him a warm meal. This is where they formally introduce each other. The woman sits down and gives a talk to Roger.
She asked him a inquiry about why was he trying to steal her pocketbook. He answered with him desiring blue suede shoes. She gave him a long talk about how she was young and wanted things she couldn't get. She didn't say she stole or not. They ate and she let him go.
The woman and Roger came up with a compromise about him not attempting to steal and she gave him money for the shoes. She let him go out of her house, and he was about to say his appreciation, until she shut the door.
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