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Maggie a Girl of the Streets A summary of what the book had skipped in maggies life They crouched until the ghost mist of dawn appeared at the window drawing close to the panes and looking in at the prostate heaving body of the mother After that last sentence in that chapter the story jumps straight to Maggies adulthood Have you ever wondered what happened to Maggies teen years or the rest of her childhood like what her childhood was like or if she went to school if she had any boyfriends Well thats what I am going to attempt to do by trying to piece the missing pieces of Maggies life together maggie continued to remain as distant as possible from her mother after the death of her father and infant brother tommie it seemed to be the hardest time of her life at that point for her Her mother wasdrinking more than usuall during her mourning period Mary would claim the drinking eased her pain Though Maggie and Jimmie both new that their mother didnt really miss the father as much as she claimed Maggie was never sure if the heavy drinking was because her mother was mourning for Tommie and the Father or if it was just an excuse for her behavior Maggie didnt attend any kind of because she was to busy trying to help her mother raise Jimmie the right way Even without going to any kind of educational programs or schooling Maggie still was smart to a certain extent With her knowledge she tried to give Jimmie the best life she could give him Cause wihtout their mother being a good role model or mother figure for that matter Maggie knew she had to do something So she tried to do her best raising him Even in Maggies attempt jimmie still showed the same characteristics as their father as he grew older as for maggie she had
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