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Black Boy Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 20 Summary

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Chapter 20 Summary

Although his Party does not put him on trial, and he has formally withdrawn from the party, Richard discovers that he is viewed as a traitor and an enemy. His attempts to explain himself to the leaders are fruitless. Just as his uncle had warned his young cousins years ago to stay away from him, member and staff of the party who bothered to talk to him at all were less than civil to him.

The ultimate break comes as Richard is tossed out of May Day Parade and Richard returns to his room to think about what, if any, benefit he gained from coming to the city

Chapter 20 Analysis

The end of the book finds us where we began – inside the thoughts of a restless Richard. The child we are introduced to in the first chapter is hungry and anxious about the limitations that have been...

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