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"I waited in that room, crying and wishing I could take back the moments before I was caught. It was a feeling I would come to recognize." Chapter 5, Page 37

"I was struck with the sense that I was deeply involved in some things that were over my head. At the same time, I couldn't conceive of altering my course or turning back." Chapter 6, Page 52

"As I got older, though, fairness, honor, and all that other virtuous bullshit went right out the window. The object was to win and to do serious damage, like Dwan Moore did to Shane." Chapter 7, Page 59

"A two-parent home is no better off than a single-parent one if the father is fucked up in the head and beaten down. There's nothing more dangerous and destructive in a household than a frustrated, oppressed black man." Chapter 10, Page 87

"She pulled me aside one day after class and...

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