There Are No Children Here - Spring 1989, Chapter 22 Summary & Analysis

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Spring 1989, Chapter 22 Summary

A week after Craig's funeral there is a hail storm. Pharoah races home from school, soon followed by Lafeyette. Pharoah jumps on the coach with the triplets and his eight-year old niece Tyisha to watch cartoons. LaJoe is out applying for a job at a hospital so Lafeyette takes charge of the household. He has been cold and on edge since the funeral and barks at the children to help him clean. Cleaning is his way of coping with stress, like his mother. When the children don't respond he starts screaming until they move into action. Pharoah decides to clean the bathrooms so he can escape his brother's wrath. Recently Lafeyette punched him in the eye when he tried to maneuver for a seat by the window in a friend's car. Lafeyette has been ranging from full-blown outbursts of fury and revenge to quiet tolerance...

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