Chapter 13 A Lesson Before Dying

Chapter 13 A Lesson Before Dying

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  • Yes I went and he was alright.
  • Thats all your gonna tell us about you visit with Jefferson?
  • I am going to my room, if you need anything. 
  • You have more too say than that mister. If you went at all!
  • We ate a little food together and talked a little bit.
  • Sit down boy, right now.
  • I see you are feeling considerably better from your cold Miss Emma.
  • You have to tell us more than that. We have been sitting here waiting for hours for you.
  • I told him that you were sick and that's why you didn't come.
  • I don't remember anything else.
  • What did you talk about with Jefferson?
  • What else did you guys talk abt, you gone for 5 hours and don't remember?
  • I asked Jefferson how he was doing and he said alright and I also asked the Sheriff how Jefferson was doing and he said he was acting fine.
  • Grant comes home from his visit Jefferson and Tante Lou is interrogating him on whether he went and how Jefferson was.
  • How am I suppose to know what Jefferson is thinking.
  • When you talked to Jefferson, what did you think deep inside of you?
  • You are the teacher, you should know.
  • What did Jefferson think deep inside of himself?
  • Tante Lou told Grant that they had been waiting for hours for him to come and tell them the details of the meeting. So Grant lied to them abt how Grant and Jefferson talked and ate.
  • Did you guys talk about God?
  • No sir, we didn't have time for that.
  • No time for God, what a disgrace.
  • I want to know about his soul Grant.
  • How am I suppose to do that when I know nothing about the soul?
  • Bring some food and clean clothes, I can't think of anything else.
  • In this scene, Grant has to continue lying to not hurt Miss Emma and Tante Lou.
  • We are all going to see Jefferson monday.
  • Oh.
  • I was thinking more like a bible.
  • Any suggestions on what to bring?
  • In this Scene, Reverend Ambrose starts talking about the spiritual side of Grant meeting with Jeffereson. 
  • The Reverend asks Grant about Jeffersons' Soul and whether they talked about God or not.
  • Reverend Ambrose tells Grant that Tant Lou, Miss Emma and him are going to see Jefferson and asks what to bring. After this the Reverend walks out of the room.
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