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After Tupac and D Foster Chapter Summary & Analysis - Prologue and Chapter 1 Summary

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Prologue and Chapter 1 Summary

Prologue: The reader is told about a character named D Foster, and that D's "real mama" took her away sometime in the past. At that time, Tupac Shakur, a well-known rapper, had been shot five times, but he miraculously lived. D Foster's time with the unnamed narrator corresponded to the time a few months before Tupac got shot the first time and the summer before he got shot a second time and died. The first time Tupac was shot was November 1994.

The narrator, D, and their other good friend, Neeka, were very fond of Tupac. Tupac's shooting forced some to dismiss Tupac as a mere "gangster", who was a bad influence on black youth. The narrator saw him as a survivor and a hero. Even when Tupac was jailed and released an album from jail, the narrator admired him for his irrepressible spirit...

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