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Essay | Bailey's Cafe

This student essay consists of approximately 2 pages of analysis of Bailey's Cafe.
This section contains 472 words
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Bailey's Cafe

Summary: Discusses and reviews the book Bailey's Cafe, by Gloria Naylor. Describes the story's plot. Analyzes the theme of the story.
The author Gloria Naylor wrote Bailey's Café. The café is the main setting for the whole book. Bailey and his wife Nadine run the place and have a very strict menu except on the weekends you can order anything you want. Nadine is a very quite soft-spoken person who speaks very rarely. Bailey her husband is a very outgoing and open-minded fellow, his name isn't really Bailey but that's what the sign on the door says and he has just never bothered to change it or tell other people that it isn't.

The story takes place in a small suburban area during war times. There isn't anything to the town but the café, a pawn shop run by an old Jewish man, and a "boarding house" where all the girls that come through the town are told to stay while passing through. Telling the story of every customer...

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This section contains 472 words
(approx. 2 pages at 300 words per page)
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