Later that day, Mrs. Osbourne thinks aback to adventure time. She can’t bethink Jamal anytime apropos to a adventure like that. He’d been aflame and yet sat quietly, absorption by the pictures on anniversary page. He’d alike asked to see the book afterwards the adventure was over; pointing to the pictures and talking about his own memories of the day his babyish sister came home from the hospital. “What was it about this adventure that affiliated so acutely with Jamal?” Mrs. Osbourne wonders. Then it dawns on her: This is the aboriginal adventure the chic has apprehend that mirrors Jamal’s activity and his African American heritage—he’d acquainted alone affiliated because he could see himself in the story.
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