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I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings
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3. What does Mrs. Flowers teach Marguerite about uneducated people?
4. What does Marguerite learn when she listens to Mrs. Flowers read A Tale of Two Cities?
5. What does Mrs. Flowers ask Marguerite to do with the book she gives her?

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