Where was it most likely that the two girls would find work after school?

 

Answer – 

The two friends Jansie and Sophie belonged to marginalized families. It was most likely that after school, they would work at the biscuit factory. Jansie was realistic and had accepted this truth. However, Sophie was a kind of dreamer. She was ambitious and wanted to do something different – like owning or managing a boutique.

 

 

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Sophie and Jansie were class-mates and friends. What were the differences between them that show up in the story?

How would you describe the character and temperament of Sophie’s father?

Why did Sophie like her brother Geoff more than any other person? From her perspective, what did he symbolise?

What socio-economic background did Sophie belong to? What are the indicators of her family’s financial status?

Why didn’t Sophie want Jansie to know about her story with Danny?

Which was the only occasion when she got to see Danny Casey in person?

What were the options that Sophie was dreaming of? Why does Jansie discourage her from having such dreams?

 

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