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This House of Sky: Landscapes of a Western Mind Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 6, Ivory Summary

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Chapter 6, Ivory Summary and Analysis

The story has become more about the author himself. He has sprinkled in occasional remarks as the work has progressed that he tested best; he was more amenable to giving the desired responses to the teachers, enthusiastic about being right as well as persistent and energetic in giving the needed attention to learning whatever it was the teachers wanted.

His relatives were perfectly in favor and agreement that it would be okay for him to be 'the one' to cross the family over from those who had not been university educated to people that were. There was a great deal of paperwork involved. He felt challenged by a few matters. One of the difficulties was funding. He decided to apply to some of the most prestigious schools even though they were relatively poor since he had heard that sometimes places such as Harvard...

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