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Mr. Tuck, Koye Oyediji

Ultimately, what reason is given for the boy’s being “riled up [and] disgusted” (line 36)


The boy is angry that the family judged Mr. Tuck before really knowing him.


The boy is angry that the family has assimilated into Western culture without proper appreciation of their own cultural heritage.


The boy is angry with himself that he has let his family get to him as deeply as he has.


The boy feels isolated and alone, unable to rely on his parents’ cultural identifications as a way to understand himself.


The boy had been unwilling to stand up for what he really believed in.

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