Brothers and Keepers: A Memoir - Doing Time, Postscript Summary & Analysis

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Doing Time, Postscript Summary

Omar, Robby's son, makes his first visit and then another. It seems Robby and Omar get along. They understand each other as man to man and father to son. Geraldine, Omar's mother and Robby's ex-wife, is generous and understanding about bringing father and son together. Robby graduates with an Associate's degree in engineering from his community college program. He is one of three prisoners to complete a degree. Everyone else dropped out. They have a little graduation ceremony in the prison. The graduates wear caps and gowns. Guests from the outside are allowed to attend. Mom says Robby is eloquent in his graduation speech. John says words cannot capture the delivery of Robby's speech, but he provides it for the reader in the Postscript. John says the last words of the book should be Robby's words.

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