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Island of the Blue Dolphins

Island of the Blue Dolphins

  

by Scott O'Dell

Island of the Blue Dolphins Gender Quotes

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Quote #10

There were many gestures before we left, though the two men spoke among themselves. They like my necklace, the cape, and the cormorant skirt that shone in the sun. But when we got to the beach, where their camp was, the first thing the men who spoke the most did was to tell the other men to make me a dress. (29.15)

Why do the men insist on making Karana a dress? How do you think they view her?

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