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The lady that appears after the first 100 pages of the book turns out to be Vivian Grants secret lover Grant and Vivian take a walk and after their walk they visit Grants aunt aunt Emma Aunt Emma and her friends are very fond of Vivian and they give her many compliments Aunt Emma and the reverend go to visit Jefferson and they find that Grants previous account of Jeffersons recovery was lie Jefferson still eats and behaves like a hog Aunt Emma and the reverend confront Grant regarding his faulty account of Jeffersons recovery Once again Grant visits Jefferson and tries to convince him that he is not a hog and he is a man After a couple more visits from the ladies and Grant the chapter ends off with the whole town watching a Christmas play on the birth of Jesus After the play Grant is tired of watching the same play and seeing the same people dressed in the same kinds of clothing year after year The hermeneutic view means the dominant interpretation to a text In A Lesson Before Dying they end off the chapter with a Christmas play about the birth of Jesus This is significant because Christmas to Christians is a symbol of birth This could mean that there might be new hope for Jefferson This is because Jefferson is currently on death row Christmas does not symbolize death but symbolizes birth This could mean that Jefferson could get a new chance in life or at least will not be executed in the near future Another important point is that everyone knew that this play is dedicated to Jefferson This could mean that the whole community is praying for Jefferson The reverend started to pray and asked God to watch over everyone including the ones in jail who were innocent or guilty At the end of this Grant says Vivian said things were changing But where were they changing
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