What was the condition that jacobs's grandmother had to work under in order to bake her nice crackers at midnight? her children must be present to her. she must save the money. she must use the money to buy her own clothing. she must share her crackers and their proceeds with others.
***She must use the money to buy her own clothing*** "She obtained leave to do it, provided she would clothe herself and her children from the profits." Hope this helps :)))
She must use the money to buy her own clothing.
In this story, we learn that Jacobs's grandmother was able to obtain permission to bake her own rice crackers at midnight, once she was done with the rest of her duties. However, in exchange, she had to use this money to clothe herself and her children. She accepted, as she wanted to have some degree of economic independence.
a. "there, said he, there is something for you."
"said he" should not have been part of what is in the dialogue.
the anwser is went creeping down the river again, across the wide lonely marshes to the sea.
i longed to go with them out into the world to seek my fortune in foreign lands—africa, india, china and peru!
and, dreaming of the lands i had never seen, i'd sit on there, watching till they were out of sight.