Brown Girl, Brownstones - Book 4, Selina, Chapters 4-6 Summary & Analysis

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Book 4, Selina, Chapters 4-6 Summary

Silla convinces her new roomers to testify that Suggie has different men coming to see her every day and must be a prostitute, and so Silla is able to easily evict Suggie. Suggie is enraged, and swears to Selina that she is no whore. Selina tells Suggie that Silla just wants to get rid of anyone that Selina has for a friend. Upon leaving, Suggie does not give Selina her new address, but instead gives her a bottle of perfume to remember her by. Soon Selina starts college, but the semester flies by in a daze, and everything seems unreal to her. The only thing that Selina can care about or feel for is when she is walking in Times Square. She loves the busy lights and the loud music and noises coming from the bars.

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