1. Who does the author choose to create a contrast between Lacks cells and her height? How does the comparison contribute to the rest of the paragraph.
2. Read the paragraph that begins, “Under the microscope . . .” (3). Explain how the author uses the devices of language to describe a cell. Speculate on the author’s purpose in describing a cell in this imaginative way.
3. If this is a book about Henrietta Lacks, why would skloot include the information about her experiences in Donald Defler’s biology class?
Book – https://www.readanybook.com/online/84316
Anwers in prologue chapter (first pages)