Chinese Cinderella

Why was Adeline in danger from them the Communists? Explain how she is saved from them

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Adeline discovers that Communists were entering Tiajin. They did not like academics or people of theology. Nuns, students and foreigners were in danger. Most people fled to places like Hong Kong to escape the Communists. Eventually Adeline was the sole pupil left at the school. Finally Adeline's aunt rescues her and sends her to join her parents in Hong Kong.

you need to answer this and to answer that chapter 10 to 12 answers

1. Adeline’s actions in relation to Wu Chun-mei’s birthday party were both sneaky and

disobedient. Who do you blame for her behaviour? Explain. (Chapter 13).

Adeline tries to sneak out of the home but gets caught by Niang. Really I can't blame her for doing this. If anybody deserves some happiness with friends, it's Adeline.

2. List the things that Niang and her father accuse Adeline of when her friends come to visit

her at home. (Chapter 14)

I think the three things are stealing, bragging about being elected school president and lying.

3. What reasons do her parents give Adeline for sending her away to school? (Chapter 14)

Adeline's friends appeared at her home to congratulate her on her victory. Unfortunately, this goes against the family rules of visiting friends and is deemed disrespect. Adeline is sent away to school because her parents believe she is ungrateful.

4. Why was Adeline in danger from the Communists? Explain how she is saved from them.

(Chapter 15)

Adeline discovers that Communists were entering Tianjin. They did not like academics or people of theology. Nuns, students and foreigners were in danger. Most people fled to places like Hong Kong to escape the Communists. Eventually Adeline was the sole pupil left at the school. Finally Adeline's aunt rescues her and sends her to join her parents in Hong Kong.

1. Adeline’s actions in relation to Wu Chun-mei’s birthday party were both sneaky and

disobedient. Who do you blame for her behaviour? Explain. (Chapter 13).

Adeline tries to sneak out of the home but gets caught by Niang. Really I can't blame her for doing this. If anybody deserves some happiness with friends, it's Adeline.

2. List the things that Niang and her father accuse Adeline of when her friends come to visit

her at home. (Chapter 14)

I think the three things are stealing, bragging about being elected school president and lying.

3. What reasons do her parents give Adeline for sending her away to school? (Chapter 14)

Adeline's friends appeared at her home to congratulate her on her victory. Unfortunately, this goes against the family rules of visiting friends and is deemed disrespect. Adeline is sent away to school because her parents believe she is ungrateful.

4. Why was Adeline in danger from the Communists? Explain how she is saved from them.

(Chapter 15)

Adeline discovers that Communists were entering Tianjin. They did not like academics or people of theology. Nuns, students and foreigners were in danger. Most people fled to places like Hong Kong to escape the Communists. Eventually Adeline was the sole pupil left at the school. Finally Adeline's aunt rescues her and sends her to join her parents in Hong Kong.

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