An interpretation of "The lesson" by Maya Angelou
"The Lesson" is a very poignant story. I believe that the most important idea that the author is trying to convey was the fact that money was not an issue for Sylvia. Sylvia is a little girl that has a lot of pride. She doesn't really understand how poor she is. She thought that white people were crazy and that they like to show off. She also resented the fact that Miss Moore was showing them things they couldn't obtain.
Sylvia portrays the message that she has a lot of pride when she is left with Miss Moore's four dollars at the end of the story…
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