Bronx Masquerade - Diondra Jordan p. 24 to Tyrone, p. 45 Summary & Analysis

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Diondra Jordan p. 24 to Tyrone, p. 45 Summary

In "Diondra Jordan," Diondra is incredibly shy. She wishes she could be bold like Raul. She gets teased because she is six feet tall, but she cannot play basketball. In Diondra's unnamed poem, she says people make fun of her because she cannot play basketball, but what if they knew she painted? Would they make fun of her then?

In "Tyrone," Tyrone comments on how fast Diondra reads. She shakes because she is so nervous. Tyrone tells her to calm down, but she does not. Four other kids are scared to read as well.

In "Devon Hope," Devon is tall and he is a good basketball player. He pretends to be practicing basketball, but he really goes to the library and reads poetry. He loves poetry. He loves Langston Hughes and Claude McKay...

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