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Thank You M Am Analysis

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In the story Thank you, M’am by Langston Hughes, After Mrs. Jones brings Rogers in her house, she treats Rogers as if she was related to him. In paragraph 30 the author writes, “Then we’ll eat,” said the woman, “I believe you’re hungry—or been hungry—to try to snatch my pocket book.” This quote supports the claim because Mrs. Jones gave a boy she just met some food for free which a relative would for you. It also supports the claim because if she wouldn’t act like she was here relative, she wouldn’t give him free food. Another piece of evidence is in paragraph 22, the author writes, “When she got to her door, she dragged the boy inside, down a hall, and into a large kitchenette-furnished room at the rear of the house. This quote supports the
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