Lucky Us - Part Three, Chapter 21 Summary & Analysis

Amy Bloom
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Summary

Not in the Day and Not at Night

This chapter is told from the Ruthie Post’s point of view. She says that she likes hanging out at Danny’s house because his family was interesting and not like her boring family. Danny had a strange Aunt who wasn’t much older than Ruthie’s oldest sister, and then there was a black woman named Clara that would stop by. Ruthie thinks that Clara is the most interesting black woman she’s ever met, aside from her mother, of course. She likes Danny and prefers to hang out with him rather than the girls from school. He reads on the same level as she does and this makes him better than most boys.

Analysis

This chapter features Ruthie once again and gives an outsider’s opinion of Danny’s household. The concept...

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