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HAHA! Miss Lottie's a witch, she fell in a ditch, she found a penny and thought she was rich!!!
What's going on?
22 years! And I still can't provide for the family! What must a man do Maybelle?
It's alright honey. Look, we ain't starving.
In this scene, Lizabeth acts very childish by dancing and chanting a cruel song about Miss Lottie. The text states that Lizabeth was chanting a song and calling Miss Lottie an "old lady witch" with Joey and some of her friends (page 220). This was very childish because she was hurting Miss Lottie's feelings without knowing it.
In this scene, Lizabeth wakes up from bed to find her parents having a conversation about how poor their family is. From the text, we can infer that Lizabeth's father is struggling to find a job to provide for the family. Instead Lizabeth's mom (Maybelle) is the one supporting the family (page 220-221). This is Lizabeth's transitioning stage to an adult, because she is confused about where she fits in her family, since her perent's roles have reversed.
In this scene, Lizabeth destroys all the
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