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What does Jeremy say about his brothers?
Jeremy recognizes that his brothers are racist and that they take advantage of T.J. Jeremy attempts to do the right thing by not judging people based on the color of their skin. While the majority of his family is driven by racism and ignorance, his brothers are driven by malice and greed.
What does Jeremy tell the Logan children about TJ and his brother?
What does Jeremy tell the Logan children about T.J. and his brother? Jeremy tells the Logan children that T.J. is friends with R.W. and Melvin but when T.J. leaves they laugh and make fun of him.
What does Jeremy think about the way his brothers treat TJ?
Jeremy tells Cassie and Stacey that he does not like the way his brothers treat T.J. because they pretend to be nice to him and then laugh at him and call him names behind his back. Jeremy explains that he is lonely, because he doesn’t really like his siblings.
What were RJ and Melvin doing to TJ?
T.J. reveals that R.W. and Melvin have beaten him severely. He asks Stacey to help him get home. The Simms brothers beat T.J. because he threatened to tell what happened earlier that night.
Why does Mr Logan believe Stacy He was born blessed?
He tells that to Stacey because his mom, Big Ma, was born and raised on the land so he thinks that he is blessed because she was born and raised and she was born and raised on it.
Why does Papa tell Stacey you were born blessed boy?
Why does Papa tell Stacey, “You were born blessed, boy”? He tells that to Stacey because his mom, Big Ma, was born and raised on the land so he thinks that he is blessed because she was born and raised and she was born and raised on it.
Why does Stacey think it is his fault that Papa broke his leg?
Why does Stacey blame himself for Papa’s injury? Stacey thought that he should’ve been strong enough to hold the horses so Papa didn’t break his leg.