NW - Host Pages 201-219 Summary & Analysis

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Host Pages 201-219 Summary

The story turns into small vignettes describing how Keisha Blake and Leah Hanwell become friends. Additionally, it describes the girls' friendship from the time they start as friends at the age of four, up through their teenage years. Keisha and Leah become friends after Pauline saves Keisha from drowning in a pool. While neither of the girls' families are well off, Keisha's family is black and Leah's family is white. Since there are some dividing factors in their two races, there are some dividing factors in the types of lives each girl lives.

At Leah's house, Keisha is introduced to serving tea on a tray, where at her own home, she doesn't have a tea tray. Leah loves to get into Keisha's older sister's, Cheryl, makeup, because at home Leah isn't permitted to have makeup of her own. While...

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