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The Sellout - Apples and Oranges, Chapter 21 – Epilogue Summary & Analysis

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Apples and Oranges

Chapter 21 – For Hood Day, the local gangs merely pretended to fight one another. The entire black community turned out to celebrate Dickens. They were watched by two curious Hispanic males. Though these men caught Stevie’s attention, no violence broke out. The narrator hoped it was because of his segregation signs.

Chapter 22 – The narrator and Hominy attended the L.A. Festival of Forbidden Cinema and Unabashedly Racist Animation, where Hominy was invited up on the stage as the last living member of the Little Rascals. Hominy spoke and talked about the actual production, as well as the fact that he wished more people would have noted Buckwheat’s range of emotions. A handful of audience members in non-ironic blackface were then called out as racist by a white man, but Hominy wrote off blackface merely as acting...

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