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u don't say? Cool? How waz it? I have questions about it so...
it was good
i liked it
Its ok, not my favorite book of all
read it a year ago lol
oh ok do u remember anything
i liked it very much i do
i read it like a month ago
i read it this last two week ago
guyys i am asking if u could answer a question about it
what is the question
ok here it goes...oh no my internet is acting up hold on for 2 sec.
are you ready
Please compare and contrast Mary and Colin.
...srry that was not such a great question.. 1.Mary has friends
Mary Lennox - One of the novel's two protagonists, Mary Lennox is a ten-year-old girl who, after the death of her parents in India, is sent to live with her uncle in Yorkshire, England. Mary changes drastically over the course of The Secret Garden: she evolves from a spoiled, unloved and unloving creature to a girl who is full of spirit and surrounded by friends. She begins the book as its central character, but is later displaced by Colin. ____________________________________________________________________________________ Colin Craven - The other of the novel's protagonists, Colin Craven is Archibald Craven's ten-year-old son and heir. He was born shortly after the death of his mother, and his father could not bear to look at him because of his resemblance to her. It is feared that he will grow to be a hunchback like his father, and he has been treated as an invalid since his birth. Colin's childhood has been entirely bedridden, and his servants have been commanded to obey his every whim. As a result, Colin is extremely imperious and gloomy; when we first meet him, he is certain he is going to die. By novel's end, however, he too will have undergone a transformation: he will have become a vigorous optimist, and will have won his father's love. Both his and Mary's conversions are effected by the magical properties inherent in the secret garden.
2. Mary is friendlier ...guys wat is wrong
u don't remember
well they were both very mean and grumpy but by the end of the story they both became nice and very caring and dint think about their selves but what was different about the two was Colin was sick and wasn't able to do much and he was a boy and merry was able to run around and was more active so i hope this helps
was that still the question
i dont know 2. one
im not so good at typing so that is why it is so short and i dont remember to much
umm yeah i guess i just have to write all of that
so did it help
yes ... alot and more questions were answered thanks
and you do know you posted this question in the math section
ooooooooooohhhhhhhhhhhh that's y no one answered srry
i hate when i do that to
:) ok bye thanks
you are very welcome bye