In Love & Trouble; Stories of Black Women - Roselily Summary & Analysis

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Roselily Summary

Roselily is standing on a porch, being married to a man she does not love by a Christian preacher. Roselily is the mother of four children. Roselily gave one of her children to the child's father to be raised by him and his wife because he was educated, able to give the child a good life. Roselily often thinks of this child and wonders if he is happy. Roselily now thinks of her other three children, for whom she is getting married today. Her fiancé has promised to provide well for her and her children, to allow her to quit her job. Roselily hates her job in a clothing factory and was so excited by the thought of quitting it that she agreed to marry this man immediately. Now Roselily wonders if she is doing the right thing, if marrying this man is...

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