Dust Tracks on a Road - Chapter 7, School Again (c. 10) - Part 2 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7, School Again (c. 10) - Part 2 Summary and Analysis

During chapter 9, at Barnard, Zora's life begins to transform. This time, it is her work life. Her work and her education begin to blend. After having come to adore a number of her professors, including the one that all the students love so much they call him Papa, one of her men professors helps her greatly. Here's how. Dr. Boas finds a fellowship, and effectively assigns a project to her student Zora, funding and project dished out together. Zora is pleased. Here, she heads South to gather folklore - this work is a far cry from tucking in the corners of beds as she had first learned to do in order to earn money. This was to begin as soon as she finished Barnard. She had both male and female professors...

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