¨Now, at age 28 at a time when most women get married prudence was buying a new house and wanted classroms¨(1).
¨I ... need to be all on fire, for I have mountains of ice... to melt¨(19).
¨At the beggining of the spring term, she explained, her school would only accept African-American pupils¨(25).
She uses these numbers to tell you what age she got married at. That is old for this time period.
¨She´d been raised as a Quaker, and like all Quakers, she´d been taught that slavery was a sin¨(5).
Because it shows good character.
Prudence had to expel Sarah Harris, Sarah died, Prudence fought slavery and still is.
This shows growth mindset and she gave more effort.If she did not give more effort the there would be no schools for black people
Book Club Question
Why did... they expel Sarah Harris?
Definition: A member of the Religious Society of Friends, a Christian movement founded by George Fox c. 1650 and devoted to peaceful principles. Central to the Quakers' belief is the doctrine of the “Inner Light,” or sense of Christ's direct working in the soul. This has led them to reject both formal ministry and all set forms of worship. Technical Term?No.