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You get your little black self back over there and wait some more he said We been waiting on you for near an hour I hissed While you round here waiting on everybody else And it aint fair You got no right- Taylor p 111 In the beginning of the book Cassie thought everyone should and would be treated equally and with justice But as Cassie matures she learns about racism and how she will be treated but she also learns she can make the most of her life Cassie learns about letting go and fighting for what you think is right Cassie also learns to love her family and the land more But most importantly Cassie learns that her respect is more important than anything In the beginning of the book Roll of Thunder Hear My Cry Cassie Logan was just a short tempered child but through the course of the book she becomes a mature young girl Appreciating her land more helps Cassie mature You aint never had to live on nobodys place but your own and as long as I live and the family survives youll never have to Thats important Taylor p 7 When papa was explaining how the land was important to Cassie Cassie didnt quite understand why the land was so important All she really wanted to know was why her father had to go to Louisiana to get more money But throughout the book she learned why the land was so important The land is so important to them because it represents freedom pride and independence Cassie is more mature because she learned to appreciate the land more Cassie learns to appreciate her family more throughout the novel I aint going without you I declared afraid that he would do something stupid like trying to rescue TJ alone Please Cassie Trust me You promise you wont go down there by yourself Yeah I promise Taylor p 256
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