Brownsville - This location reinforces the author's experience of living just outside of a life they desire -- a life of acceptance, freedom, and joy.
New York - This is the place that seemed like an eternity of a subway ride away and has a profound hold on the author.
The White Record Book - The emphasis on this item and its mysteries suggest an echo with where God uses to record details of each individual human life, the place of fate or destiny.
Belmont Avenue, Pitkin Avenue, Chester Street - These form the core of the author's life in and experiences of the suburb. Characterized as "happy", a "show" and "home."
The Movies, Light - These are two sides of the same experience that provide both joy and sadness.
Socialism - This is held up as the ideal political and economic philosophies with the premise that...
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