A Hope in the Unseen: An American Odyssey from the Inner City to the Ivy League - Meeting the Man Summary & Analysis

Ron Suskind
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Meeting the Man Summary and Analysis

It is May on the Brown campus, and the flurry of activity has reached its high point. Parties abound; papers are due and finals are coming; there are plans to be made for housing arrangement next year; and, of course, there is the inevitable cleaning out of dorm rooms for the three-month move home. Cedric has a few more "firsts." Most notable from a social standpoint is that he has happily attended a number of parties without losing himself by succumbing to drinking, pot or sex. He has attended his first pop concert, given by the hugely popular black group, the Fugees, attended by screaming fans of every ethnicity. Cedric has never felt so "at home." The crowning point of acceptance, he knows, will be earning grades that keep him on an even par. Calculus and Spanish...

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