In Love & Trouble; Stories of Black Women - The Child Who Favored Daughter Summary & Analysis

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The Child Who Favored Daughter Summary

The girl gets off the school bus and can see her father waiting for her on the front porch. The father has a gun and a piece of paper in his hand. The girl knows he has found the letter. The girl wonders if it was her lover's mother who gave it to him or if her lover's new wife did it.

The father watches his daughter walk toward him, never taking his eyes from her. The father thinks of his sister, Daughter, whom this child resembles. Daughter was a charming young woman, beautiful and full of life. The father was deeply in love with Daughter until she became the lover of the white farmer. When she returned home from this affair, Daughter was ill, her hair gone and her teeth lose in her head...

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