Libra - Study Guide Part 1: New Orleans Summary & Analysis

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Lee Oswald is living with his mother in New Orleans now. Lee continues to be bullied by classmates, as it witnessed by the beating he has taken as the chapter opens. Lee has one good friend, however, a boy named Robert Sproul. Lee spends a great deal of time at the New Orleans library, reading such books as Das Kapital and the Communist Manifesto. Lee becomes fascinated by Leon Trotsky as well as everything Russian. Lee and his mother, Marguerite, often argue as Lee enters adolescence. Lee knows his mother believes she works hard for the family, but Lee also sees that his mother often gets fired over dumb things, such as her refusal to wear deodorant while working a cosmetic counter. Marguerite often points out to Lee the good things she has done for him, but Lee often focuses on things she...

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