Brown Girl, Brownstones - Book 4, Selina, Chapters 7-9 Summary & Analysis

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Book 4, Selina, Chapters 7-9 Summary

One of Silla's friends sees Selina going into Clive's house one day, but when she is confronted about it, Selina insists that she and Clive are just friends. Selina learns that when Clive's mother found out that he wanted to be an artist, she burned his paintings. Clive points out to her that mothers never want to cut the umbilical cord, but instead want to suck life out of their children throughout their lives. Selina thinks that if they could just get away, Clive's art career would take off and he would be able to make a masterpiece, so she schemes to win the Association scholarship and use the money to run away with Clive. She does not seem to notice that Clive is not as interested in her plans for him, or that her relationship with...

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