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Mr. Hoo and Grace are arguing because Mr. Hoo is complaining. The evidence is "And your Angela and that Pulaski women, they didn't show us the will, they didn't give us their clues, they didn't pay for three cups of jasmine tea and six almond cookies, and you smoke too much.";"And you eat too much." This evidence was found on page 45.
Sydelle and Turtle are arguing and in a conversation that does not have any point to it. "Angela, please tell your sister to get her dirty shoes off my couch. Tell her to sit up and act like a lady."; "Turtle rose with a tongue click very much like her mother's, but she was not about to leave without striking back." "Ridiculous. You're just jealous of your sister."; "Maybe," Turtle had to admit, "but I am what I am. I don't need a crutch to get attention." This evidence was found on page 70.
The conflict is Sydelle Pulaski feels that she does not get any attention. Sydelle gets out of the taxi with cartons of paint and crutches. She will use this to get more attention. The evidence is "No one ever noticed. Sydelle Pulaski limped through the lobby. She could be carrying a high-powered rifle in the package and no one would notice." This was found on page 15.
The conflict is Violet Westing does not want to marry the crooked senator, but instead she wants to marry George Theodorakis. Violet is depressed that she must marry the senator, so she commits suicide. Evidence that shows she did not want to marry him is on page 94 and is "Westing's daughter killed herself rather than have to marry that crooked politicion...."
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