The Moves Make the Man - Second Part, Sections 11 through 13 Summary & Analysis

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Second Part, Sections 11 through 13 Summary

11 - Jerome and his momma are told that as part of Wilmington's having to obey the new integration regulations, in which black students are to be sent to white schools, Jerome is to be sent to Chestnut Street Junior High School, where he will be the only black student. After commenting on the irony of the situation (see "Quotes", p. 49), and on the people and situations he'd miss by not attending the school he'd planned to attend (Parker), Jerome describes how his mother got angry at the situation, and how she assured him that she wasn't angry at anything he'd done or might do. He also describes how they settled down to their preparations, as they would for any other year, and how, shortly before school starts, they are visited by Jerome's former principal, who assures Jerome...

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