All God's Children Need Traveling Shoes - Study Guide Section 6 (pages 147-184) Summary & Analysis

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Ms. Angelou missed out on the job in the diamond mine, though Nana continued to search for a more suitable job for her. Ms. Angelou went on with her life, making many friends, working at the university and participating in political discussions with her fellow Revolutionist Returnees. However, Ms. Angelou was beginning to feel as though she no longer belonged in Africa. Ms. Angelou needed to take a vacation away from Ghana for a while, to clear her head.

Ms. Angelou heard some disturbing news about her son, that he had a girlfriend older than herself who worked for the American Embassy. Worried that this news was true and that her son was in over his head, she called him so they could meet. When Ms. Angelou asked about the girlfriend, Guy told her that he was a man now and...

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