Black Man and White Woman in Dark Green Rowboat - Pages 101 - 103 Summary & Analysis

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The man continued to fish. Eventually, he dug through his tackle box until he got stung by the sharp hooks in the box. He recoiled in pain and "looked at the girl in rage" (101). After some minor consolations from the girl, the man began to fish while the girl read a magazine. The man's bait resembled an "injured, fleeing, pale-colored animal" (101). After some fruitless time spent fishing, the man declared that it was time to return to the trailer park. They began their journey back. They had reached some shallow water when the girl warned the man that they might "run aground" (102).

While the man rowed home, he ignored the girl and looked towards the trailer park, which appeared to be "blurred" (102). After some time spent in silence, the man told the woman that he wished he could "just leave" (102) her in the...

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