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A Visit to Grandmother is a story that takes a black man named Charles all the way back to his childhood where he encounters a question that he has been asking himself his whole life does his mother love him less than his irresponsible brother All through the story his mother shows that she loves him just as much as his brother GL but treats them differently From the beginning to the end of this story the reader could feel that this mother had a big heart for everyone The one son Charles always had a stone-cold heart towards the way his mother treated him differently than his brother As a result when he went to see his mother he went with ears that did not want to hear what she had on her heart Charles saw early in his childhood that his mother would have him on a tighter leash than his older brother GL When Charles was five and GL was ten Charles was more mature than GL Their mother could see this She thought that GL was not mature enough to know right from wrong His mother felt that if she didnt let GL do things without getting punishments as severe as Charles he would rebel and start robbing and killing people Charles saw that because he was extremely black in color and GL had lighter skin and finer hair that his mother paid more attention to GL When GL did something wrong his mother let it slide Charles thought his mother believed GL could more likely get a better job because of his lighter skin color His mother told a story where she and GL rode into town on a horse-drawn carriage and the horse went out of control When GL did not know what to do his mother somehow grabbed the reigns and slowed the horse down When the mother says that she had to save her baby as the
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