Wednesday, January 9, 2008

Blog Post A


1. that with which to do something; means or supplies for the purpose or need, esp. money: the wherewithal to pay my rent.
2. by means of which; out of which.
3. Archaic. wherewith.

Loitering-intr.v. loi·tered, loi·ter·ing, loi·ters
To stand idly about; linger aimlessly.
To proceed slowly or with many stops: loitered all the way home.
To delay or dawdle: loiter over a task. (page 134)

An emerging theme of the book is racism. The main characters grandma is racist and is constantly referring to the N-word.


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