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ENGLISH 101

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Annotations 9-12
Ewing-B3
Chapter 9
Ezinma is dying.
Why do they use leaves for their medicine?
How does finding her pebble suddenly heal her?
She had a lot of children.
A wicked
Chapter 10
Who exactly is the egwugwu?
The town has a ceremonial meeting
Why are the females so scared of it?
Why do the men beat their wives, I don’t get it.
Why are women just not allowed to enter the house?
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    Bankruptcy in the United States,
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