What do you think about the final scene of the story?  It ends with just Doris and the two workers at five and dime, not with Mr. Stutz, or Livia, or Reverend Sykes. It ends, like some of the story, in free indirect discourse, which means a type of third-person narration that goes in and out of the characters’ consciousness.  Sometimes another, more omniscient narrator seems to be present, someone who has more awareness of future events that Doris could. 
Name one passage in the ending segment (pages 262-265) that stands out to you as making a statement about the future and the coming events of the Civil Rights movement.  What do you think Packer is trying to say about this? 

QUALITY: 100% ORIGINAL - NO PLAGIARISM

(USA, AUS, UK & CA PhD. Writers)

CLICK HERE TO GET A PROFESSIONAL WRITER TO WORK ON THIS PAPER AND OTHER SIMILAR PAPERS

The Best Custom Essay Writing Service

About Our Service

We are an online academic writing company that connects talented freelance writers with students in need of their services. Unlike other writing companies, our team is made up of native English speakers from countries such as the USA, UK, Canada, Australia, Ireland, and New Zealand.

Qualified Writers

Our Guarantees:

CLICK TO SUBMIT YOUR ORDER