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peterg2001

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please help will medal Which excerpt from “Marigolds” best illustrates an explicit example of setting? I remember only the dry September of the dirt roads and grassless yards of the shantytown where I lived. I feel again the chaotic emotions of adolescence, illusive as smoke. “Hey, Lizabeth,” Joey yelled. He never talked when he could yell. “Hey, Lizabeth, let’s go somewhere.” The years have taken me worlds away from that time and that place.

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    Which do you think? Which describes the scenery in the story?

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