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1. Both Ann and her husband were in the kitchen washing the dishes . She washes while her husband is drying them.
2. Her husband thinks that mixed marriage is applicable to every races. According to his experiences, he went to school which obtain high population of black children and he got alone without any problem.
3. From point of view, she thinks that marriage should not be allowed of the difference of our perception in life.
4. He throw the silverware into the sink because, he feels ashame of Anns' point of view concerning mixed marriage.
5. The nozzle was so hot in the extend that, she could not picks the silverware from the sink.
6. Her husband had no choice but to show his indifference to her by continuing washing the dishes.
7. "So, you wouldn't have married me if I'd been black?", the question is unfair because it has an open question which has only options of answering yes or no. However, she answer clearly that, if his husband were black, they would not meet.
8. She gets angry because she thinks that they do have different point of view between her husband, but he is opposing it.
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10. She went away from washing dishes after a long argument with her husband from kitchen into the living room to read magazine instead.
11. Her husband notice that, she is angry from her dictions and body language when she was reading the magazine.
12. He fetl ashamed that both of them got into the fight and care less that in the future they will all dead.
13. He thought of the many years that they knew each other. Thereafter, his face and neck began to tingle.
14. The two dog came from the street and pulled over the can from the garbage. One of the dog was rolling around on his back and the other one had something on his mouth.
15. The house was dark when he enter the bath room and started calling Ann with her name before making her a promise of a apology…...

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