Going to Meet the Man - This Morning, This Evening, So Soon Summary & Analysis

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This Morning, This Evening, So Soon Summary

The narrator watches his wife, a dark Swedish woman, dress for a night out with his sister, a teacher from the American South. As the narrator watches, he thinks about the bad mood he has been in all day because of a move he and his family are about to make to America. The narrator has lived in Paris for twelve years, except for a brief return to America eight years previously, and has grown used to the acceptance he receives there. The narrator is afraid for his son, who is of mixed blood, and the fact that he has never faced prejudice like the narrator did when he was young. The narrator does not want his son to suffer, or to look poorly on his father, as the narrator did his own...

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