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The Sellout - Too Many Mexicans, Chapter 16 – Apples and Oranges, Chapter 20 Summary & Analysis

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Too Many Mexicans

Chapter 16 – The narrator’s newly finished, whites-only Wheaton Academy has enraged Foy. The narrator watched as Foy took pictures of the place, condemned the decision to build an all-white school in the middle of the ghetto, and condemned the “racist asshole” who put segregation signs in a local bus. This all amused the narrator. A car then drove by, from which Stevie shouted at Foy to take his “black ass back to white America.” He threw an orange at Foy, which hit Foy in the head. The narrator went over to check on Foy, who told the narrator not to touch him, that it was war, that he knew whose side the narrator was on, and that he would be back.

Apples and Oranges

Chapter 17 – The narrator tells the court that he probably has...

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