The thing in the story is that Gabriel blames elizabeth and John,almost angrily for not keeping an eye on Roy. It is clearly stated that Gabriel prefers Roy even over his own wife. having that in mind we can say that Gabriel would prefer Roy over John. One states that help to get to this conclusion is the one found on page 850 when it is said: "He ain't got your big eyes for nothing..." Gabriel has no sense for trying to blame Johnnie
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English, 21.06.2019 19:10, tre9990
After taking notes carefully and studying freqently, derek not only passed the test, select the word group below that best completes the sentence in parallel structure. and he got 100% but he scores well on classwork but he also scored the highest in the class and he was also scoring the best he ever had
English, 22.06.2019 01:30, natethawsm
Part a which statement best describes a central idea in this narrative? in times of tragedy, it is difficult to determine how best to be of service. in times of crisis, people prefer to be alone. young people tend to look to older people to take action in times of tragedy. when people publicly commit to being of service, they are more likely to follow through. part b which detail from the text best to shape the central idea in part a? "'i thought you might have too much going on already. i saw everyone post online.' martin said, 'i don’t think anyone wanted to be in the way today, so i’m glad you came.'" "finally, he said, 'i don’t know what to do. i guess i should tell him to let me know if he needs anything, but that doesn’t feel like enough.'" "he wondered how many people would actually show up to out and how many would simply hope that enough others did." "he explained to her that martin’s mom had died, and told her how he felt about his friend’s loss. 'what do you plan to do for him? ' his mother asked."
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