An Evening In Guanima Essays

  • An Evening in Guanima

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    Below is a free essay on "An Evening In Guanima" from Anti Essays, your source for free research papers, essays, and term paper examples. The Just Reward is about two sisters who came from a poor single parent home and was sent out by their mother to find a better way of living. The eldest daughter Camille who is obedient, respectful and caring left tearfully. But her sister Paula who is mean, disobedient, and disrespectful and is claimed to have the mannerism of a cockroach. As they were on their

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    8. Select three stories from An Evening in Guanima, and show how the writer reveals important lessons about ignoring warnings. In which story do you think this lesson is brought out most clearly? Within many Bahamian islands there are countless phrases that the elders use to warn the young out of danger. When these phrases are heard for the first time, the immediate responds is to ignore; mainly because it sounds prattle. Needless to say, for those individuals who decide that the warning isn’t