Bronx Masquerade - Porscha Johnson, p. 157 to Epilogue Summary & Analysis

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Porscha Johnson, p. 157 to Epilogue Summary

In "Porscha Johnson," the reader is told that last year, Porscha had had a bully for nine months. She finally lost it and beat the bully up. Porscha has gained a bad reputation for being violent, but she is calm. She does not know why no one remembers about how badly she had been bullied. She wishes the kids would remember. Violence is in her blood. Her mother was abusive. Porscha practices ways to calm herself. Leslie says Porscha needs to let people get to know her. Look at Tyrone; no one knew he was so deep. Porscha's poem "A Letter to My Mother" discusses her mom's drug overdose, about which Porscha had been angry, but now she forgives her and says goodbye.

In "Tyrone," Mr. Ward takes their poems down from the walls and...

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