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Makes Me Wanna Holler: A Young Black Man in America Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part III, Chapters 30 through 34 Summary

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Part III, Chapters 30 through 34 Summary and Analysis

In chapter thirty, McCall deals with his feelings for his father, J.L., who McCall had not seen for more than twenty years. McCall's brother, Billy, finds J.L. and it's through this contact that the two meet. McCall recounts an incident in which his father was to have picked up all three boys when they were very young to shop for school clothes, but never arrived. McCall now spends some time with his father but when his father once tells McCall to call when he wants to go fishing, McCall decides that he wants his father to be the one who calls. They are never again in contact, a situation McCall calls "pitiful." Meanwhile, McCall finally begins to connect with Monroe but Liz moves with him to California. In chapter thirty-one, McCall begins dating a girl named Debbie...

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