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Sterling S. Hughes
Transcript of Sterling S. Hughes
Sterling is bullied at school. He acts very peacefully towards the bullies. He makes them think that nothing effects him. When the bullies were making fun of him in the lunch line, he stayed calm and made peaceful gestures towards them. He is still getting bullied throughout the book. So I would want to make a prediction that he will have someone help him stand up to the bullies or he tells a friend or teacher about the problems.
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Talented- He plays the guitar at the First Baptist Church. He is also a very powerful poet. He expressed his writing style to us in his poem. The poem was powerful and it had a point to be told.
Sterling is talented
Religious- He invited a bully to go to his church. When he did that, it made me feel better about Sterling. I thought at first he would be bullied and not say anything nice. When he said that, I felt that he was religious. He also refers to God and he prays to God when he feels depressed.
Sterling is religious
Sterling is Poor
Poor- He wants his family to get off of the street but, they don't have enough money to get them a decent house. Once, when his mom was out of work the refrigerator was empty. Food in that time period was relatively cheap. That signifies that their family is/was poor.
By: Emily Leutenegger