Behold the Dreamers - Chapter 57 - 62 Summary & Analysis

Imbolo Mbue
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This section continues in the third person point of view, and Chapter 57 begins with a description of the money Jende and Neni have saved. They will return home with $18,000, which in Limbe will make them some of the wealthiest people in the town. Jende plans to start a business, and Winston encourages him towards farming when he comes to visit him and Neni in Harlem. Jende tells Winston how sad Neni is, even though Limbe will soon have everything New York has. Winston encourages him to be sympathetic and asks him to avoid becoming an “American Wonder” – African people who return from the U.S. and claim to be more American than African. As Jende prepares to return and start his business, Neni packs her things. Fatou tells her that if her husband allowed it she would go back to Africa immediately to...

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