Catch a Fire: The Life of Bob Marley - Study Guide Chapter 5: Pass It On Summary & Analysis

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Nesta's reentry into Kingston is smooth and he frequently hangs out with Bunny Livingston. The boys are learning to be much more independent and more mischievous in the big city. However, one thing they all have in common is wanting to look more like a white person because these are the people with the power. Also, the growing youths are frequently trying to have sex as soon as possible and if a girl isn't pregnant by the time she's out of her teens, she's seen as being a mule, or barren and worthless woman.

One Saturday, Ciddy shoots out of the house past Toddy Livingston and heads straight towards Whitfield Town. She go straight to the house of the newly married Captain Marley and greets his new wife. When she is there, Captain Marley sees her and asks after...

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