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Did anyone read Raymond's Run?

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    At the end of "Raymond's Run," Squeaky has a different attitude about running and about her rival, Gretchen. Describe the actions that demonstrate these changed feelings. What role does conflict play in Squeaky's changed attitude? Use events and details from the story to support your answer.

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    My Real answer: It is the fifty-yard dash that changes Squeaky. During the race she becomes aware of Raymond’s own race. She sees him running outside the fence. Winning the race makes Squeaky a different person. Her views of others has changed. She smiles a smile of respect to her opponent Gretchen, and she even considers the idea of Gretchen as an assistant coach for Raymond. During the race, watching Raymond run along the side, Squeaky decided to coach him to run. No longer does Raymond have to be simply in her care because now she is able to see him as having a fuller life.

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