Makes Me Wanna Holler: A Young Black Man in America - Part III, Chapters 24 through 29 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter twenty-four begins with McCall arriving at home where he takes great pleasure in small things, such as being able to go for a walk late at night and locking the bathroom door for a long soak in the tub. He makes arrangements to see Monroe but notes that he feels awkward around the boy. As McCall is trying to get his life together, he learns that Scobe - a major part of McCall's teenage years - has a job, wife and kids but shoots another man in the back after an altercation over a basketball game. McCall searches unsuccessfully for a job while dealing with a probation officer who is constantly telling him to get a job and one day realizes that there's a convenience store that would be the perfect target for a robbery. He thinks about...

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