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Read the passage. “Mama,” Wangero said sweet as a bird. “Can I have these old quilts?” I heard something fall in the kitchen, and a minute later the kitchen door slammed. . . . In “Everyday Use” by Alice Walker, what does the reader learn about Maggie from this passage? Maggie does not want to participate in the family. Maggie is upset that Dee might get the quilts. Maggie is clumsy and embarrassed. Maggie understands thatDee really is sweet as a bird.

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