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Dovaleh asks his audience if he can tell a joke, but two women shout for him to keep telling his story. He shares how the driver's sister pressed him for details about his family until he finally admits that his father and he get along better, "but it's better with Mom" (174). Young Dovaleh grew jealous of the two siblings, and he wondered how they maintained their bond when their brother had passed away. His mind roamed through topics such as how animals act and how his parents would threaten to leave him when he would not eat his food. The food memory made him throw up, the first time ever without his mother. He struggled to remember more about his mother, such as how many scars she had or how he would worry when she left their house. They arrived in Romema, Dovaleh's...

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