The Piano Lesson

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English

 

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Clifford S

 

Date added:

December 13, 2014

 

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University

 

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C

 

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2 / 534

 

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Berniece does not want to sell the piano. This is the only reason for a defense in Boy Willie's scheme. Therefore, I will defend Boy Willie's issue of selling the piano and how that liberates him in reference to his scheme for buying Sutter's land. The first defense is the usage of the piano. In Wilson's novel, Berniece never uses the piano, Boy Willie: " You can't do nothing with that piano except sit up there and look at it", Berniece, "That's just what I'm gonna do" (p...
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The piano is a "sentimental value" (p.51) to Berniece. Her father died over the piano (p.42-46). Boy Willie argues even though the piano is of sentimental value, Berniece is not using it. He wants to sell it in order to buy land, seed, and workers, which will in turn produce a crop, and something will come out of that (p...
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