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Little Bee (The Other Hand)

Little Bee (The Other Hand)

  

by Chris Cleave

Mortality Quotes in Little Bee (The Other Hand)

How we cite our quotes: (Chapter.Paragraph)

Quote #10

That was when I stood up and I started to run toward Charlie. Don't shoot, don't shoot, I AM THE ONE THAT YOU WANT […]. (11.223)

At the end of the novel, Little Bee puts her own life at risk to prevent Charlie from possibly being shot by the police.

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