God Help the Child - Part One, Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

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In this chapter, told from Brooklyn's point of view, she confesses her feelings about Booker. She doesn’t like him. She thinks that his going up to a complete stranger at a concert and embracing her is inappropriate. Bride claims that she doesn’t know what he does for a living and that it doesn’t bother her, but it bothers Brooklyn. She doesn’t tell Bride, but she’s seen Booker in coffee shops, on street corners, by the subway, and on the steps of the library. Brooklyn believes that he is faking when he reads his books or appears to be writing. She thinks he is just trying not to be thrown out on the street.

Brooklyn does admit that Bride is different, in a positive way, when she’s near Booker. She seems more confident and doesn’t come...

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