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The Glory Field Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part VI: August 1994 and Epilogue Summary

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Part VI: August 1994 and Epilogue Summary

Malcolm Lewis (b. 1979) is the grandson of Richard and Harriet Lewis. Luvenia Lewis is Malcolm's great-aunt. Malcolm is a musician. He plays the alto flute and the saxophone.

Malcolm works at mahogany Beauty Products, his great-aunt Luvenia's cosmetics factory.

Luvenia telephones Malcolm and tells him that she will stop by at 11:15 that morning. Luvenia is on her way to Curry Island for the Lewis family reunion. Malcolm's parents, Charles and Celia, have already gone to the island. Luvenia is coming to Harlem to talk to Malcolm.

Malcolm is in high school. He and a few friends have a band, String Theory. While Malcolm prepares for his great-aunt's visit, he remembers that a young woman by the name of Jenn Che Po is scheduled to come by and audition for String Theory. Jenn plays the amplified cello.

Luvenia Lewis never...

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