A friend of Richard's mother
"But I liked the story"
"You're going to burn in hell"
"When you get through, kiss back there"
A wet towel
She was white
She was a slave
She got her name from her father
Her maiden name is Wright
The answer is not stated or implied
He wanted to give some to his sick grandmother
He was still hungry
He was afraid there wouldn't be any left in the morning
He wanted to feed the animals
Hid the biscuits form him
Rode a horse into the river
Give him more alcohol to drink
Lie about his past
White people... they were jealous of his successful business
Richard... he couldn't take his lies anymore
White people ... they wanted to take his wife, Aunt Maggie
The sheriff... he was shot for shooting a white man
None of the above
She was tired of Granny's religious routine
She hated Granny for corrupting Richard
She didn't like the environment there
All of the above
Playing with animals
Playing with cars
Singing songs together
Scavenging for trash to play with
They were loved and respected
They were hated
They had a neutral relationship
Children hated them, but adults didn't care
Richard broke the landlady's priceless vase
Richard swore at her
Richard scared away the landlady's business
Richard refused to pay his rent
He committed a crime
His ex-wife was looking for him
He was hit by a bus but the hospital wouldn't treat him
He escaped from the hospital to be with Maggie.
A Jew who wanted to buy the house
He was afraid they would harm Betsy.
He thought that Betsy was worth more than what they paid.
He didn't want to sell his only friend.
He wouldn't sell to white people.
He was terrified.
He said that he would do the same
He thought that it was inhumane
He felt happy for the black women
He didn't know how to spell his name
He couldn't write
He was too nervous
He didn't want the white children to be making fun of his name
The president was assassinated
MLK was giving his speech
The war was over
Planes were bombing the school