Do you think the missonary ladies are sincere in worrying about the "Mrunas" (a tribe in Africa)? Give reasons for your answer.

Do you think the missonary ladies are sincere in worrying about the "Mrunas" (a tribe in Africa)? Give reasons for your answer.

Do you think the missonary ladies are sincere in worrying about the "Mrunas" (a tribe in Africa)? Give reasons for your answer.

Do you think the missonary ladies are sincere in worrying about the "Mrunas" (a tribe in Africa)? Give reasons for your answer.

The part you are talking about happens in Chapter 24 — the Missionary Circle is meeting at the Finch home.I would say that the ladies of the Missionary Circle are not really all that sincere about caring for the Mrunas.  My answer is based on their attitude towards the black people who live right there in Maycomb.If the ladies sincerely cared about the Mrunas as fellow human beings, you would think they would care about black people in their own community as well.  But instead, look in that chapter about the way they talk about the black people in Maycomb.  Look at how Mrs. Merriwether talks about Sophy, for example.
Do you think the missonary ladies are sincere in worrying about the "Mrunas" (a tribe in Africa)? Give reasons for your answer.
Do you think the missonary ladies are sincere in worrying about the "Mrunas" (a tribe in Africa)? Give reasons for your answer.
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Do you think the missonary ladies are sincere in worrying about the "Mrunas" (a tribe in Africa)? Give reasons for your answer.
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