Monster: The Autobiography of an L.A. Gang Member - Tamu Summary & Analysis

Sanyika Shakur
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Tamu Summary and Analysis

Kody is afraid during the trip home. Having spent three years in lock up he's unaccustomed to going fifty-five miles per hour and fears that he'll die in a wreck before reaching his beloved 'hood. They do arrive and there are about a dozen gang members waiting to welcome him, though he recognizes only a few. Two agree to bring him a gun, his mother goes to bed and Kody and Tamu go out to eat. Tamu discovers that she's ten dollars short when it's time to pay and Kody says that having no money of his own is embarrassing. They go back to Tamu's house, get the ten needed to pay the tab and then spend the night in a motel. Tamu wants Kody to share an apartment with her and urges him to get a job as soon as...

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