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Sag Harbor Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 1-2 Summary

Colson Whitehead
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Chapters 1-2 Summary

Sag Harbor is a novel of coming of age by celebrated author Colson Whitehead.

Chapter 1. Notions of Roller-Rink Infinity. Benji and his brother, Reggie, are driving out to Sag Harbor before dawn in the early days of summer, wondering who will be there when they arrive, who will come later, who will not make it this year. Life out in Sag Harbor is very different from life in the city. In the city, Benji and Reggie attend private school where the student population is predominately white, making them oddities among their classmates. When they were younger, Reggie and Benji were like twins, always together and sharing all their experiences. However, when Benji began high school, that began to change. Benji became a person all his own and somehow managed to become a social pariah among his classmates. It was not always that way. Benji had...

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