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This illustrates my first point. In chapter two, the adults in Melba’s life are scared of whites therefore Melba became afraid of them. I chose the scene where Melba and her mother are walking uptown & her mother holds her hand tightly, when they approach whites.
Point One: Chapter Two
This scene illustrates my second point. In chapter three, Melba makes a choice to become one of the first African-American students to integrate Little Rock Central High School. The scene I picked to illustrate that was when Melba was in the classroom.
Point Two: Chapter Three
Melba makes the realization that integrating Central High is putting a lot of strain on her family.
Maybe going to Central High isn't such a good idea after all. It is costing my family a lot of agony and energy, and I haven't even attended one day yet. Will Grandma always have to sit up guarding us. She cant go on sitting there forever. What will become of us. Maybe I should start my plan for moving to Cincinnati. Please give me a sign of what to do.
This illustrates my third point.
The scene I chose was when she began writing in her diary and what she wrote in her diary.
Point Three: Chapter Four
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