Swing Time - Part 7: Late Days - Epilogue Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter One, the narrator recalled her date with Daniel Kramer when she was working as an assistant. This scene occurred the night after the lunch with her mother and Miriam in Chapter Four of Part Three. The narrator and Kramer spontaneously attended a dance show and the narrator saw Tracey. She had changed her name to Tracee Le Roy, appeared elegant and had straightened her hair. Tracey and the other dancers, dressed as Africans, performed a racist show and the narrator made critical comments throughout. Kramer left her in anger and the narrator intended to speak to Tracey after the show but saw Tracey’s mother waiting outside with two children and, realizing they were Tracey’s, the narrator left.

In Chapter Two, the narrator was moved from the maid’s quarters in New York she had lived in...

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