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what is the summary of memories of chilhood
what did judewin tell Zitkala-Sa? how did she react to it?
When did Bama First came to know abt social discrimination faced by people of her community?
'I was only one of many little animals driven by a herder'. Explain.
what is eating by formula in the chapter memories of childhood by zitkala-sa?
What the line mean "I spied them in their rear ranks, looking as uncomfortable as I felt ". part-1 Paragraph -2 line-12
"murmuring of an unknown tongue made a bedlam within which i was securely tied" explain?
Describe How Zitkala Tried in Vain to Save her hair being cut. Why did she want to save her hair ?
It may take a long time for oppression to be resisted, but the seeds of rebellion are sowed early in life. Do you agree that injustice in any form cannot escape being noticed even by children?
The two accounts that you read above are based in two distant cultures. What is the commonality of theme found in both of them?
Mention any 2 reasons because of which it would take 30 minutes to an hour for Bama to reach home .
Bama’s experience is that of a victim of the caste system. What kind of discrimination does Zitkala-Sa’s experience depict? What are their responses to their respective situations?
why did zitkila sa make the statement "i was only one of many little animals driven by a herder"?
What advice did Bama's brother give her? How did it change the course of her life ?
Why did Bama feel terribly sad and provoked?
Why was Zitkala-Saso averse to having her hair cut?
what was the atmosphere on the first day of school experienced by zitkala- sa
justify the title of the memories of childhood?
'My spirit is tore itself in struggling for its lost freedom, all was useless'. Explain.
Why did the landlord's man ask Bama's brother, on which street he lived ? What was the significance
Please explain these lines from " The cutting of my long hair"
1. "the constant clash of harsh noises.......i was securely tied." (para 1) please tell me why she says that she was 'securely tied' within the bedlam?
2.While we marched in, the boys entered an opposite door. i watched for the three young braves who came in our party. i spied them in the rear ranks, looking as comfortable as i felt. please explain...
Memories of childhood : I had been tossed in the air like a wooden puppet.
Meaning? Was she really tossed around?
what emotional trauma did the author undergo wen her hair were being cut?
what were the indignities that zitkala-sa had suffered since the day she was taken from her mother?
Bama's experience is that of a victim of caste system,. what kind of discrimination does Zitkala Sa's experience depict? what r their responses to their respective situations?
how did Zitkala-Sa try to save her hair?
what did Bama first come to know of the social discrimination faced by the people of her community?
'Then I lost my spirit.' In what context does Zitkala-sa say this?
why did bama find the situation funy when an elder member was carrying the packets in that manner
Describe Bama's first encounter with untouchability.
what does the line "Their eyes turned elsewhere so that they would not smart" mean?part -2 paragraph-5 line -5 pg- 97
Why did Zitkala-Sa sneak away from the dining hall?where did she go from there?
" I feel like sinking to the floor"says Zitkala-Sa when did she feel so and why?
Why did Jitkala Sa not want her hair to be cut short ?
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