The Black girl is a great character. She is illiterate but able to formulate insightful opinions on subjects that present themselves to her attention. The boy is a pompous ass who thinks he is intelligent, because he has been exposed to the wisdom of such lights as Eisenhower and TV commercials.
This is the second time I've read this book. I enjoyed it tremendously each time.
Year Read: 1985
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