Zami, a New Spelling of My Name - Chapters 28 - 30 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 28

Muriel and Audre continue spending a great amount of time together, separating only for holidays. Audre has trouble finding a job. One day, Audre reads something Muriel wrote and discovers that Muriel is threatened by Audre's accomplishments over the year. Muriel did not see Audre's accomplishments as her own which created more separateness between them.

Chapter 29

The chapter opens with a discussion of the subtle social norms within the New York lesbian scene, about her flirtations, which must be subtle, and how many lesbians are into dominance/submission relationships, while others think that these lesbians are reproducing the standard patriarchal patterns of oppression. She notes that gay bars come in at out of existence annually and that much of her life at the time takes place in these gay bars. She notes how hard life can be in her position. As she...

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