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

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Entertaining God Summary

Fifteen year old John has taken a gorilla from its cage in the Bronx zoo and walked it up a hill overlooking the back of the zoo. The gorilla has been drugged, therefore he is placid, but John expects the drug to wear off soon. John builds a fire and begins toasting bread over it, saying a prayer with each piece. When all the bread is burned, John gathers it together and presents it to the gorilla. The gorilla awards him by killing him.

In the South, John's father, who is divorced from John's mother, is preparing for an impending tornado with his new wife and two small children. John's father has joined his new wife's faith, adopting the last name of X even though he is afraid his son will not be ever to find him if he should ever...

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