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Dust Tracks on a Road Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 1, Dust Tracks on the Road : Chapter 2, I Get Born & The Inside Search Summary

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Book 1, Dust Tracks on the Road : Chapter 2, I Get Born & The Inside Search Summary and Analysis

In chapter 3, I Get Born, Zora describes the exceptionally challenging day her mother had the day she was born. Her mother ended up mostly on her own, much more so than she should have been. In fact, she had a midwife on call, but the woman ended up caught without her when labor struck. A white man turned up who was neither a stranger nor an exceptionally well-known entity. He provided her with help as best he could, including washing the baby, cutting the umbilical cord and making baby and mother able to stay together. This community member did not have a large role in the rest of their lives; but it is evidently incredibly important that he cared enough to...

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