Marigots

Marigots
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Marigots story

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  • Beginning: Childlike
  • Middle: Transitioning
  • Should I join or watch them?
  • End: Adultlike
  • At the beginning, she has a classic little kids mind. She hangs out with kids of the same age but, she uses her imagination. She pictures her poor neighbor Miss Lottie, as an old witch who is like a hundred years old. 
  • Before the kids start trowing rocks at Lottie, Lizabeth sat their divided emotionally between joining and staying out of it. She eventually joined the kids when they were dancing around her. After that, the kids meet under an oak tree, she didn't join them feeling ashamed of her actions and again feeling divided emotionaly.
  • At the end of the story, she begins to feel guilt from her actions of ripping out Miss Lottie's marigolds. She realizes that her action as a kid or decisions can be very selfish, and hurt the people around her. She learns to be careful about taking actions and to take other people in consideration.
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