• anonymous
What is the resolution to the conflict in "Homesick"? A. Jean finds a way to feel as though she fits in, in China, without sacrificing her American identity. B. Jean realizes that she is wrong to view her classmates as snobs simply because they have wealthy parents. C. Jean convinces her parents to relax some of their rules so that she can gain some independence. D. Ian Forbes admits that he was wrong to bully Jean, and the two become friends again.
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  • anonymous
You may want to close this.. it's been 7 months..

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