Bradbury Classic Stories 1: From the Golden Apples of the Sun and R Is for... - 'The Big Black and White Game,' and 'The Great Wide World Over There' Summary & Analysis

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'The Big Black and White Game,' and 'The Great Wide World Over There' Summary

In 'The Big Black and White Game' the people of a town turn up to watch a baseball game. One side is made up of black men and the other white men, with women and children watching from the stands. The children all cheer for Big Poe, the black man who runs the popcorn stall at a pavilion on the hotel grounds. The white mothers tell their children to hush and stop cheering for the black men. They discuss the black people and their Cakewalk Jamboree, which will be held this evening, with fascination. When the game starts, however, the white women become uneasy. The black men are fitter and better at the game, and the white...

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