Dust Tracks on a Road - Chapter 6, School Again (c. 9) - Part 1 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6, School Again (c. 9) - Part 1 Summary and Analysis

One of the features that Zora has mentioned during the preceding chapters is that she wanted more school and more books. She was forced to leave school, and so far her working life had not presented her with many opportunities to engage in more studious behaviors. She had acquired at least some job skills and work experience. So far she has not provided information about her physical appearance very many times directly. Her female perspective shows clearly when she obviously does not necessarily realize that a man is sexually attracted to her, although there are also occurrences when she is well aware that that is what it is. The author has a way of using language that is powerful. She does use complex words along with a lot of clear, simple...

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