Rabbit: Autobiography of Ms. Pat - Introduction - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

Patricia Williams
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Patricia has just moved to a suburbs in Indianapolis, and she is surprised by the differences between her new home and her previous life in "the hood," in inner-city Atlanta (1). Patricia (known as Rabbit) grew up with an alcoholic single mother and became a single mother herself as a young teenager. Determined to build herself a better life, Patricia made her way from "the ghetto" to life as a suburban mom who moonlights as a standup comic. Patricia wants to share her story so readers know the truth of what it is like for young girls in her situation, and so that readers know that they can do anything and be anything if they dare to dream.

Patricia's earliest memories are of living with her family in her Grandfather's house where he ran a bootleg bar. The family was poor, but there...

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