The Street - Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 14 Summary

It is thirty minutes before the children leave and Miss Rinner is anxious for the day to be over. Miss Rinner believes the smell in the school is the smell of colored people, and she despises the odor. She believes she can even smell it in her own apartment. The children disgust her, and she is afraid of them and their families.

Miss Rinner does not try to teach the children. She simply tries to maintain order. She is not expected to do anything further with the children. A few minutes before class is over, Bub claims he needs to use the restroom. Miss Rinner tells him no at first, but the thought of the mess he might make if he really does have to use the restroom encourages her to change her mind.

Bub is thankful to be out of class early. He has some money...

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