Another Brooklyn - Chapters 10 and 11 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 10 is a very short chapter about more changes in the group of girls. Gigi got into an exclusive performing arts high school and she was the first to leave them behind at public school. Then Sylvia's father began believing they were "ghetto girls" and would not allow Sylvia to have them over or go out with them. She left next by going off to a private Catholic school. Angela lost herself in dance, leaving August feeling very alone. August refused to understand or admit that it was her mother's ashes in the urn, even as she spoke to her at night, apologizing for her father's belief that her mother was dead.

Chapter 11 is the beginning of the girls' thirteenth year, one marked by "hands and tongues" (113). The girls began menstruating and had developed more physically into women, but they were still girls...

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