Makes Me Wanna Holler: A Young Black Man in America - Part I, Chapters Eleven through Sixteen Summary & Analysis

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McCall and begins hustling people, then breaking into homes and taking all the items that could be easily fenced or sold. When McCall, who knows of a man shot by a homeowner while breaking into a home, believes he's encountered someone, he quits and turns to armed robbery, usually taking shoes, jackets and clothing from his victims as well. He sells what he doesn't want or what doesn't fit and wears anything that he likes. He soon notes that he's commanding the same level of respect from the youngsters as he had for those older than he just a few years before. It's at this time that several friends drop out of school, but he remains, saying it's for the proximity with the girls though he admits to enjoying literature. In chapter twelve, McCall examines...

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