Not Without Laughter - Chapters 25-27, Pool Hall, The Doors of Life, Beware of Women Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 25-27, Pool Hall, The Doors of Life, Beware of Women Summary and Analysis

In 'Pool Hall', Sandy is glad to get away from Tempy, as she was visiting a Midwest Colored Women's Club. The Pool Hall in the summer was lively and full of black people, as they were not allowed to go to many other recreational areas. Many black men tried to out-brag and out-lie one another's tales of their youthful exploits, run-ins with the law, gun-fights and the like. Sandy listens in and has a good time. But when he tires of this, he buys the Chicago Defender, the World's Greatest Negro Weekly and found an article about his Aunt Harriet. In St. Louis she had became something of a minor famous figure as a sensational young blues-singer.

In 'The Doors of...

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