- 1 How does Lily feel about Zach?
- 2 Why does Lily believe that May made it to heaven?
- 3 Why does Lily think the rocks should be thanked?
- 4 What decision does Lily make about Rosaleen?
- 5 Why can’t Lily and Zach be together?
- 6 Do Zach and Lily end up together?
- 7 Did Lily kill Deborah?
- 8 Does Lily forgive T Ray?
- 9 Why did June resent Lily’s mother?
- 10 Why does Lily break down crying with Zach?
- 11 What does Lily finally do at the end of Chapter Eight?
- 12 What is the secret thing that causes Lily’s gladness?
- 13 What gives Lily the idea to Tiburon?
- 14 What does T Ray say about Lily’s mother the day she died?
- 15 Why is Rosaleen going to town?
How does Lily feel about Zach?
Lily realizes she has developed romantic feelings for Zach, and she suspects he feels the same for her. That day, Lily also learns about the town’s most prized writer, Willifred Marchant. Back at the honey house, Lily comes upon Rosaleen moving out. She tells Lily that Rosaleen’s presence will make May feel safer.
Why does Lily believe that May made it to heaven?
She hopes May will be happier in heaven, to tell Mary that “we’re doing our best to keep her memory going,” and to find her mother and let her know that Lily is away from T.
Why does Lily think the rocks should be thanked?
23. Lily thinks the rocks should be thanked for helping May to deal with the difficult times in her life. 24. The quote at the beginning of the chapter has to do with communication.
What decision does Lily make about Rosaleen?
At the jail, Lily learns that Rosaleen has been taken to the hospital, and she leaves the jail to go there instead. In the black patient wing of the Sylvan Memorial Hospital, she discovers that the three men were allowed into the jail to beat Rosaleen further—which is why Rosaleen is in the hospital.
Why can’t Lily and Zach be together?
Zach wants to create a world where it will be okay for a white person and a black person to love each other. Because Zach is African-American and Lilly is Caucasian, their “friendship” and eventually their love is taboo because of the time period.
Do Zach and Lily end up together?
Later after the funeral he go see Lily, he was angry after what all of the white man did to him, but Lily said to him he not have to be angry at them, Zach give her his chain and the two teenager’s kiss each other, at the end of the movie him and Lily are now a couple.
Did Lily kill Deborah?
While Deborah was packing to leave, T. Ray returned home. Their ensuing argument turned into a physical fight during which Deborah got a gun. After a brief struggle, the gun fell to the floor, which Lily picked up and the gun accidentally discharged, killing Deborah.
Does Lily forgive T Ray?
Undoubtedly, there will continue to be times when she will still feel badly about what happened, but Lily now realizes (and T. Ray even admits) that she did not mean to do it and she must forgive herself for the accidental death of her mother.
Why did June resent Lily’s mother?
And finally Lily says, “I am unlovable.” August replies that there are all kinds of people who love her, including June: The reason June resented her at first was because August had worked as a maid in Deborah’s house. August says she loves Lily.
Why does Lily break down crying with Zach?
Why does Lily break down crying with Zach? Lily breaks down crying with Zach because Lily realized that she liked him, but it’s impossible for them to be in a relationship.
What does Lily finally do at the end of Chapter Eight?
It also reminds her that she still needs to complete her journey of learning about her own mother before she can forgive, or even understand, her father. This realization leads her to finally seek out and touch the painted heart of the Our Lady of Chains statue.
What is the secret thing that causes Lily’s gladness?
The secret thing which causes Lily’s gladness is when Sugar -Girl talked about white people without acknowledging that Lily is white. 18. Lily says is the “oldest sound” (p. 213) is the bee hum of “souls flying away.”
What gives Lily the idea to Tiburon?
what gives Lily the idea to go to Tiburon? its the town written on the back of her mother’s black mary picture.
What does T Ray say about Lily’s mother the day she died?
Lily screams that she hates him, and it is at this point that he tells her her mother left her, saying, The truth is, your sorry mother ran off and left you. The day she died, she ‘d come back to get her things, that’s all. You can hate me all you want, but she’s the one who left you (39).
Why is Rosaleen going to town?
When Rosaleen arrives, she is appalled at Lily’s punishment. Rosaleen is going to town the next day to sign up to vote. She has practiced writing her name, Rosaleen Daise, on a piece of paper. Lily lies to her father so that he’ll let her accompany Rosaleen without asking any questions.