Behold the Dreamers - Chapter 6 - 10 Summary & Analysis

Imbolo Mbue
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Chapter 6 begins as Clark asks Jende about Limbe during a drive. Jende tells him that Limbe is a welcoming place, marked by a sign at the town entrance that says, “Welcome to Lime, The Town of Friendship” (37). He describes the town in detail, as well as the simplicity of life. He tells Clark that Vince said he would like to live there, and Clark begins to question him on Vince’s activities in the previous night. Turning the discussion back to Jende, Clark asks why he came to the U.S. Jende explains that in Cameroon he would never be able to become a respectable man or provide a good life for his son, but in America a man like Barack Obama can run for president when he grew up with nothing. Clark interrupts the conversation to answer his phone and has a...

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