Born a Crime - Part 2, Section 2 Summary & Analysis

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Preface to Chapter 12 – In a rare preface not related to apartheid, the author writes of having no regrets for things he has done, but being “consumed with regret for things I didn’t do, the choices I didn’t make, the things I didn’t say” (143).

“A Young Man’s Long, Awkward, Occasionally Tragic, and Frequently Humiliating Education in Affairs of the Heart, Part 2: The Crush” The author again describes having a deep crush on a girl named Zaheera but feeling unable to ask her out, and so settling for being her best friend. This relationship, he writes, continued for a while, until one day she was no longer at school. When he asked a mutual friend what happened, she says that Zaheera and her family immigrated to America, and that Zaheera was sad about it because she had a crush on Trevor...

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