The character John Burke sits in a chair all day because he
The emotion Lizabeth feels when she hears her father cry is
The two events that contribute most directly to the end of Lizabeth's childhood innocence are
Lizabeth feels compassion when she
The most difficult inner conflict Lizabeth faces is between
Miss Lottie's determination to grow the marigolds despite other challenges she faces supports the generalization that
Which of the following word pairs best describes what Lizabeth feels about the marigolds?
Lizabeth's internal conflict about whether or not to throw stones is resolved when
Which are possible themes of "Marigolds."
The narrator says that the destruction of Miss Lottie's flowers marks the end of
The setting of "Marigolds" is set in rural ______.
Ms. Lottie grew the marigolds in order to _____.
Which emotion best qualifies Lizabeth's feelings towards Ms. Lottie at the end of the story?
When the narrator ends her story saying, "And I too have planted 'marigolds' ..." She is referring to 'marigolds' as _____.