Langston Hughes 'Thank You, M' Am

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In Langston Hughes’ “Thank You, M’am” Rodger is taught right from wrong from a large women whom he tries to rob. A young boy named Rodger tries to steal the large women, named Luella Bates Washington Jones. But the large women doesn’t let him get away with it. After she notices that he has a dirty face she keeps hold of him and hauls him home to wash his face. After she hauls him to her apartment he washes his face and makes the decision not to leave out the door she leaves open. Luella finds out that he doesn’t have anybody at home, but she doesn’t judge him she identifies with and feeds him supper. While they were eating supper she didn’t ask about his personal life and wouldn’t let him go buy the milk. After they were finished with supper
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