We Love You, Charlie Freeman: A Novel - Pages 77 – 130 Summary & Analysis

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Nymphadora of Spring City, 1929 – Ellen goes to see Dr. Gardner in Dr. Gardner's room, which he has taken not far from Spring Grove. Ellen is secretly let into his boarding house room. Gardner welcomes her, and begins to talk about chimpanzees, and says Julia Toneybee-Leroy believes chimpanzees can talk. Gardner explains this is why he has been hired. His current work on studying blacks is not to compare them to chimpanzees, he explains, but to provide an unbiased scientific study that demonstrates blacks are no different than whites. He explains the blacks of Spring City are excellent specimens. Ellen tells him that if he loves blacks so much, he should not call them specimens, but Gardner explains he calls everyone a specimen, regardless. He asks her to disrobe and lay on the floor for sketching, with his purpose being that he wants to prove...

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