Match each word or phrase to the appropriate meaning based on its context in this excerpt from Mark Twain's "The £1,000,000 Bank
-Note": Then he was restored to his normal condition, and made a thousand apologies for not being able to break the bill, and I couldn't get him to touch it. He wanted to look at it, and keep on looking at it; he couldn't seem to get enough of it to quench the thirst of his eye, but he shrank from touching it as if it had been something too sacred for poor common clay to handle. I said: "I am sorry if it is an inconvenience, but I must insist. Please change it; I haven't anything else." But he said that wasn't any matter; he was quite willing to let the trifle stand over till another time. I said I might not be in his neighborhood again for a good while; but he said it was of no consequence, he could wait, and, moreover, I could have anything I wanted, any time I chose, and let the account run as long as I pleased. He said he hoped he wasn't afraid to trust as rich a gentleman as I was, merely because I was of a merry disposition, and chose to play larks on the public in the matter of dress.
The required answer to the above question depends on your ability to interpret text and your ability to recognize text elements in your life. as this is very personal, I cannot answer for you, but I will show you how to answer.
First, it is important that you read the book "Love Hate & Other Filters." This reading will allow you to get to know the character Maya well, the dreams and difficulties she faces.
You can search for summaries and articles about this book that will help you to understand this character in a deep way.
After that, you will need to identify at which points Maya is similar to you. For this, you will need to answer the following questions:
What do Maya and I have in common?
Which Maya dreams do I recognize in myself?
What difficulties that Maya went through I already went through?
How can the Maya character be impactful in my life?
How is what this character represents meaningful to me?
Importantly, "Love Hate & Other Filters" shows how Maya survives in a community of people completely different from her ethnicity and how she manages to get involved in this society, without losing her customs and culture.