Seth and Samona - Chapters 3, 4 and 5 Summary & Analysis

Joanne Hyppolite
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Chapters 3, 4 and 5 Summary

Thoughts of Samona entering a beauty contest are pushed aside when Seth arrives home to find the house dark and quiet with some relatives huddled together whispering. One of Seth's aunts rushes to hug him as she cries, and his uncle rescues him from her grip and tells Seth that his grandmother's sister, Matant Margaret, has died. Matant Margaret was an old lady who was living in a nursing home because she no longer could remember any people in the family, even Seth's grandmother.

Seth finds his older brother and sister, Jean-Claude and Chantal, in his bedroom watching television. Chantal paints her fingernails and talks on the phone to her new boyfriend, Jerome, whom Jean-Claude does not like at all. Seth recalls meeting Jerome for the first time and being annoyed because Jerome muttered something about Seth's family being typical Caribbean...

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