Ragtime - Study Guide Part 2, Chapters 21, 22, 23 and 24 Summary & Analysis

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The public's fascination with Egyptology follows on the coattails of Ford and Morgan. Suddenly, fashion and interior design reflect the architectural elements and colors found in the ancient Egyptian culture. Even Mother redecorates the house in New Rochelle in the latest style.

One afternoon, Little Brother watches a new Ford Model T drive slowly up the street and pause in front of the house. The driver is a well-dressed Negro who asks for Sarah, the Negro woman who has been living in their home. Mother announces the man's arrival, but Sarah has no interest in speaking with him. The man leaves but returns several weeks in a row, until finally Mother asks the man to tea, and the family comes to know a little bit more about him. The man's name is Coalhouse Walker, Jr., and he is a musician with a band...

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