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"Jefferson asked if he could take the radio."(178)
"He wants a gallon of ice cream for his last supper."(182)
"He needs God in that cell, and not a sin box."(181)
This shows that Jefferson asks if he can take the radio although the guard refuses. It also shows he grasped a sense of his rights.
"I brought you that notebook and pencil"(190)
This shows Grants commitment towards Jefferson and how he wants to help him. This also shows Grants change in mind set towards Jefferson's trial.
This shows the argument that Grants has about the radio that he gave to Jeff to keep him connected to society. It also shows the change that Grant goes through in defending Jeff's right of his own things.
This shows Grant giving him the notebook and journal he promised him in the past chapters. This also reveals Grants connection towards Jefferson and his new found commitment to him.
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