1 of 5
When Francie and Neely think about Laurie growing up without hardship, they realize she won’t have as much ____ as they did.

2 of 5
What eventually replaces friends for Francie?

3 of 5
Mary Rommely believes that to be born a woman is to be born into a ______.

4 of 5
How does Francie seem to express some of the ugliest and most difficult of her experiences?

5 of 5
The novel seems to suggest that ___ is the path for children to live better lives than their parents.