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1. In their preparations for adulthood, what did both white girls and black girls have in common?
2. Where did black girls learn to set the table and cook?
3. What kind of housekeeper was Mrs. Viola Cullinan? How does the narrator view her habits?
4. Why does the narrator feel pity for Mrs. Cullinan?
5. Why did the narrator get furious at Mrs. Cullinan? What did the narrator do to vent her anger?
1. In their preparations for adulthood, what did both white girls and black girls have
According to the book, all girls were supposed to cook and iron. 2. Where did black girls learn to...
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