Poverty and Literature


 

EU71


 

Spragins


 

Spring 2017

3rd Period Even Days; Drop Down Day 1


 

 

 

 

Second Semester Topics:

 


Urban Injustice: How Ghettos Happen (2004) by David Hilfiker, MD



 


Maggie: A Girl of the Streets (1892) by Stephen Crane

 


The Promised Land (1991) by Nicholas Lemann, Clarksdale and Chicago

 

 

 

 


Richard Wright (1908-1960)

Native Son (1940) by Richard Wright

 

 

 

 

The Promised Land (1991) Nicholas Lemann, Washington

 

 

 

 


Tally’s Corner (1966) by Elliott Lebow

Jitney (1977) by August Wilson

Ghettoside: A True Story of Murder in America (2015) by Jill Leovy

 

 

 

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Cory Booker, Senator from New Jersey and former mayor of Newark


Paul Ryan, United States Representative for Wisconsin's 1st congressional district since 1999 and  now the Speaker of the House. He was the Republican Party nominee for Vice President of the United States in the 2012 election


Ben Carson, nominsted by President Trump to be the next head of the Department of Housing and Urban Development

 


Preliminary Poll 

Debating the War on Poverty Fifty Years Later:

The Trump Administration's Position:

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Sarah's Uncertain Path NYT 1-21-14
Profiling a pregnant teenager in Missouri, this short documentary provides a window into rural poverty in America's heartland.

 

Hilfiker Essay due on Thursday, February 2nd at 3:30 pm

Urban Injustice: How Ghettos Happen by David Hilfiker, MD  

Introduction:

Chapter One, "Building the Ghetto: A History" (Study Guide) (GoogleDocs Guide Chapter One) (Hilfiker Outline) (Blank Guide for your note taking)

Discussion: The Causes of Poverty:

  • Macro vs. Micro Effects;
  • Intended vs. Unintended; 
  • Government Action vs. Private Action
  • (Study Guide Answers)

Homework:

 

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Liz Bowie, Unsettled Journeys: Torn Between Two Worlds: Refugee Students Adapt to a New World at Patterson HIgh School Baltimore Sun 10-30-15
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The Problem We All Live With, Norman Rockwell (illustration for Look 1964)


Redlining in Baltimore

Liz Bowie and Michael Dresser, Maryland state and local governments urged to increase school funding by $2.6 billion The Baltimore Sun 12-8-16

 

Urban Injustice: How Ghettos Happen by David Hilfiker, MD

Hilfiker Essay due on Thursday, February 2nd at 3:30 pm

Homework:


For further reading:
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Cliffdwellers  (1913) George Bellows (high resolution)


Jacob Riis, Mulberry Street


Jacob Riis, Bandit's Roost

Hilfiker Essay due at 3:30 pm

Realism vs. Naturalism

New York City 1888:


Stephen Crane:Homework:
For further reading:










 

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Little Mother (1890) Jacob Riis


Typical Toughs (1890) Jacob Riis
How the Other Half Lives (1890)


Maggie: A Girl of the Streets (part oneStudy Guide
(Lecture One)

Essay on Maggie due Monday 2/13 at 3:30 p.m. (Quiz)
  • Setting: Describe the situation of children who grow up in the Rum Alley ghetto.
  • Plot: What can you predict will happen to the heroine in a melodrama?
  • Pay close attention to Crane's style: what is his perspective on his characters?
  • Can you pinpoint a moment in Jimmie’s development when he could have altered the final shape of his character?
  • Can you pinpoint a moment in Maggie's development into adulthood when she could have altered the final shape of her character? (Look carefully at the moment when Maggie realizes the future which awaits her in the factory.)
Overview:
  • What are we to make of Crane’s brutal ridicule of the poor? Is his stereotyping justifiable? What does he find most contemptible about Jimmie, Pete and Maggie? 
  • Could he be as savage in his depiction of the impoverished today? (Imagine Jimmy as a black man or as an Hispanic?)

Homework:

For further reading:

Bowery Boy Movies:

42 Kids (1907) George Bellows

Stag at Sharkey's (1909) George Bellows

 

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Parent Conference Day

 

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Henri, Robert
Salome 1909
Mead Art Museum


Jacob Riis, Mulberry Street

Essay on Maggie due Monday 2/13 at 3:30 p.m

Maggie: A Girl of the Streets (part two) (Quiz 2) Study Guide  (Lecture)

  • What is the primary obstacle to Maggie achieving the insight necessary to understand her situation? What makes her unable to accomplish this goal? Do you hold her responsible?
  • What could Maggie have learned from Nellie? Would that have saved her?
  • What has Maggie realized at the moment that she is dumped by Pete? What options does Maggie have at this point? 
  • Could Maggie have done anything to interrupt this slide down the slippery slope?

Homework:

Criticism on Maggie:

For further study: Silent Film Melodramas

 

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Jacob Riis, 5 Cents a Spot  (1890)


National Child Labor Committee (1905) Lewis Hines

 

 

Essay on Maggie due Monday 2/13 at 3:30 p.m

Photography and Ideology:

Lange, Breadline (1936)Lange,  Migrant Mother Photos
 from Farm Security Administration  Photos (1936-38) (LOC)

 

 

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Provide demographics from 1970 and 1980 census to support this.

Time Magazine Aug. 29, 1977


Time Magazine Aug. 29, 1977

Essay on Maggie due Monday 2/13 at 3:30 p.m

The Underclass Debate:

  • "The Underclass"- a group beyond the help of government
  • Term emerges in 1977-82 era
  • Time: drugs, crime, teen pregnancy, unemployed, socially alienated, school dropouts, welfare moms, urban decay, black hole of welfare spending.
  • Ken Auletta in 1977 Time Magazine article entitled "The American Underclass" suggested that a whole class of people were emerging in the inner city who might be beyond the reach of any form of help: the passive poor, hostile street criminals, hustlersdrunks/addicts/homeless. 
Introduction to The Promised Land (1991) by Nicholas Lemann

Character Projects on The Promised Land:
  • Ruby Daniels
  • Uless Carter
  • Lillian Henry

Homework:

 

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McCormick-Deering Cotton Picker (1932)




Jacob Lawrence, "The Great Migration: A Story in Paintings (1940-41)


Routes of the Great Migration
Demographics:
Lemann, The Promised Land Clarksdale (pp 3-31) (Study Guide(Googledoc Guide) (Answers)

General Questions:

  • What influence has the environment of the segregated South had upon the people who moved from Clarksdale to Chicago?
  • Does Lemann believe that ‘a culture of poverty’ existed in the South?
  • What role does the family structure have on the transmission of poverty from generation to generation?
  • What impact did the move from the agricultural South to the urban North have on the migrants?
  • Would Lemann recommend government intervention to address the problems of poverty which emerged in the cities? If so, how?
Character Projects on The Promised Land:
Analyze why Lemann chose these people to represent the millions of African-Americans who moved north during the Great Migration:
  • Ruby Daniels
  • Uless Carter
  • Lillian Henry

Homework:

The Blues Go North
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Lemann, The Promised Land Clarksdale (pp, 32-58) (Study Guide(Googledoc Guide) (Answers)

Discussion of Zora Neale Hurston, "Spunk"; "Sweat" (1926) (notes)

Character Projects on The Promised Land:
Analyze why Lemann chose these people to represent the millions of African-Americans who moved north during the Great Migration:
  • Ruby Daniels
  • Uless Carter
  • Lillian Henry

Homework:


 

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Professional Day

2200Mon.Presidents Day
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Apartment Building in Chicago's
"Black Belt" (LOC)



The Chicago Black Belt 1920-1941

 


The Robert Taylor Homes

 

Lemann, The Promised Land  Chicago (59-107) (GoogleDoc Guide) (Study Guide) (Answers)

Key Questions:


  • How does his selection of anecdotes about the folk from Clarksdale who moved to Chicago support his thesis?

  • According to Lemann, how did the public housing debacle in Chicago develop?

  • What would Hilfiker think? How about Crane?
  • Chicago's Demographic Divide: see The Racial Dot Map from 2010 Census

Character Selections in The Promised Land:
Analyze why Lemann chose these people to represent the millions of African-Americans who moved north during the Great Migration:

  • Ruby Daniels
  • George Hicks
  • Lillian Henry

An alternative vision: The characters chosen by Isabel Wilerson for her history of the Great Migration: The Warmth of Other Suns (2010). It includes the biographies of three persons: 

  • a sharecropper's wife who left Mississippi in the 1930s for Chicago, named Ida Mae Brandon Gladney, who turns out to be the mother of the author.
  • an agricultural worker and union organizer, George Swanson Starling, who left Florida for New York City in the 1940s
  • Robert Joseph Pershing Foster, a doctor who left Louisiana in the early 1950s, moving to Los Angeles.

Homework:

For further reading:







 

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Richard Wright (1908-1960)


Canada Lee as Bigger Thomas


Backgrounds to Richard Wright
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The Skywriter

 

Essay Assignment on Native Son

Wright, Native Son, Book One: "Fear" (Study Guide) (Discussion)

Saturday Morning in the Thomas’ Apartment (3-12)
On the Street  (12-22)
The Pool Hall (22- 29)

At The Movies (29-34)
Terrorizing Gus (34-41)
The Interview (42-51)

Mary, Peggy and the Blind Woman  (51-62)
The Night Ride with Mary and Jan  (62-80)
Bigger and Mary Stumble Towards Bed  (80-87)
The Furnace (87-93)

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Ato Essandoh, as Bigger Thomas, and Felicia V. Loud, as Bessie, star in "Native Son" at Intiman Theatre.

 

Essay Assignment on Native Son

Wright, Native Son, Book 2, "Flight" (Study Guide Book Two) (Discussion)

New Consciousness (97-116)
Improvisation (116-129)
Bessie (129-149)
Interrogation (149-172)

The Ransom Plan (172-184)
Discovery (184-220)
Flight  (220-241)
The Manhunt (241-270)

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New Masses (May, 1933)


Ato Essandoh, as Bigger Thomas, and Felicia V. Loud, as Bessie, star in "Native Son" at Intiman Theatre.








Wright, Native Son, Book 2, "Flight" (study guide book 2) (discussion)

  • New Consciousness (97-116) 
    • First Reaction vs. the New Bigger
    • Seeing His Family, His Friends and
      His People with New Eyes
    • New Political Consciousness
  • Improvisation (116-129)
    • Arrival at the Daltons
    • Manipulating Mrs. Dalton 
  • Bessie (129-149)
    • Making Love to Bessie
    • The Ransom Plan Conceived
    • Bessie's Choice
  • Interrogation (149-172)
    • Manipulating Britton
    • The Dream Sequence
    • Confronting Jan
  • The Ransom Plan (172-184)
    • Southside Real Estate
    • The Ransom Note
    • Bessie's Blues (180) (239-40)
    • The Drop Point
  • Discovery (184-220)
    • The Plan Unravels
    • The White Cat and the Self Feeding Furnace
  • Flight  (220-241)
    • The Rape/Murder
  • The Manhunt (241-270)
Homework:
For further reading:

 

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Max and Bigger Intiman Theatre
Seattle (2006)

 

Wright, Native Son, Book 3, "Fate" (Study Guide) (discussion)

  • Bigger’s Cell (271- 310)
    • Return to Consciousness
    • The Mob: The Jungle Beast
    • Rev. Hammonds: "A po' sinner boy'
    • Jan: Excuses Bigger for the Crime
    • Max: The World Made You This Way
    • The Daltons: You Rejected Our Aid
    • Mrs.Thomas: Promise You Will Pray
    • Prosecutor Buckley: Implicate the Communists
  • The Inquest (310-340)
    • Inquest: Grand Jury Determines if that a Crime has been Committed
    • Coroner's Purpose: Inflame the Mob
    • Jan Interrogated: A Pimp for your Girlfriend?
    • Mrs. Dalton's Earring
    • Mr. Dalton's Inflated Rent
    • Bessie's Corpse
    • Return to the Scene of the Crime
    • The Burning Cross
    • The Madman in Bigger's Cell
  • Interview with Max (341- 363)
    • Articulating Feelings
    • A Reason to Live
  • The Trial (363- 418)
  • Max’s Speech (382-415)       
  • Bigger Achieves Consciousness (418)

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Atto Essandoah as Bigger Thomas Intiman Theatre, Seattle (2006)

 

Wright, Native Son, Book 3, "Fate" (Study Guide) (discussion)

Bigger’s Cell (271- 310)
The Inquest (310-340)
Interview with Max (341- 363)
The Trial (363- 418)
Max’s Speech (382-415)       
Bigger Achieves Consciousness (418)

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Native Son Essay Workshop

 

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Native Son Essay Workshop
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MLK


RFK

 

Essay Assignment on Native Son, due 3:30 p.m.

War on Poverty Flow Chart

The Post-War Liberal Consensus

Helpful Chronological Framework

Review: Hilfiker on The War on Poverty

1960s Poverty Awareness (11)
Civil Rights Movement (11)
Vietnam (11)
Black Power Movement (11)
Riots (12)
Moynihan Report (12)
AFDC (12)
Great Society Funding Levels (12)
Failure of the Great Society (12)

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LBJ


Malcolm X

 

War on Poverty Flow Chart due -----  at 3:30 p.m.

Helpful Chronological Framework

Class Discussion: What does it take to fight a “War on Poverty”? (just like a “War on Drugs” or a “War on Terrorism”)

Lemann, The Promised Land Washington,  (study guide) (study guide googledocs) (outline) (outline googledocs) (answers)

Homework:

For further reading:

 

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Daniel Patrick Moynihan  (1927-2003)


Richard Nixon (1913-94)

 

War on Poverty Flow Chart due -------- at 3:30 p.m.

Lemann, The Promised Land Washington,  (study guide) (study guide googledocs) (outline) (outline googledocs) (answers)

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Movement to Increase McDonald’s Minimum Wage Broadens Its Tactics (NY Times 3-30-15)

Spent!
(Minimum Wage Budget Game)

(Marketplace Poverty Simulator: Could You Live on $438 per wk.?)

Economic Policy Institute Family Budget Indicator (2013)

Can You Live on Minimum Wage? (NY Times 2/2014)

Living Wage Calculator (MIT)

 

War on Poverty Flow Chart due Wednesday April 8th at 3:30 p.m.

Introduction to Talley's Corner (1966) by Elliott Liebow

Context:

  • The War on Poverty: Riots, Vietnam (1966)
  • The Moynihan Report (1965): crisis of inner city family
  • Refocus issue from delinquency (criminal teenagers) and dependency (welfare mothers) to the villain of the story, the absent adult male.

Method:

  • Not Sociology: data gathered by social workers, census workers, parole officers, and teachers using questionnaires to generate statistical reports.
  • Urban Anthropology: long term participant-observation of a culture by meeting individuals on their own turf and on their own terms (as if studying a native culture).
  • Liebow invented the discipline, or rather he renamed it: its practitioners used to be called reporters and novelists.

Setting:

  • Washington, DC (1962-63): How was the ghetto different in 1963?
  • The New Deal Carry Out Shop

The Cast:

  • Tally; Sea Cat; Richard; Leroy

Problems?

  • Who funded the research? Who is Elliott Liebow? How did he select what would be included in this book? How did the men on the corner manipulate him? What is his ideological perspective?

Homework:

 

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Paul Ryan, United States Representative, Vice-Presidential candidate in 2012; now Head of the House Ways and Means Committee

Think to yourself what Paul Ryan would have to say about the scene Liebow describes on the corner next to the New

Ryan’s Budget Would Cut $5 Trillion in Spending Over a Decade (NY Times)

Idea to overhaul social welfare assistance with guaranteed income spurs debate and diverse support (Making Sense)

 

Talley's Corner (1966) by Elliott Liebow, 

Talley's Corner Essay

This essay is due on Wednesday, April 22nd at 3:30 p.m

Chapter One: IntroductionChapters 1 and 2; (Study Guide 1,2(Googledocs Study Guide)

  • Narrative point of view of the writer:
    • Socio-political context in time: 1962 and 1967
    • Study Method: Urban Anthropology vs. Sociology?
    • Study Method: Anecdotes from Grown Men on Their Own Turf: Why?
    • Intended Audience? Grant Origin?
    • Ideological Perspective?
    • Social/Cultural Perspective?
  • Problems?
    • Ideological Flags?
    • Study Method?
    • Social/ Cultural Barriers?
    • Aesthetic Distortions?

Chapter Two: "Men and Jobs": (Chapters 1 and 2) (Study Guide 1,2) (Googledocs Study Guide 1 and 2(Answers

  • Main Idea: Why is getting and keeping a job a low priority on the corner scale of real values? What conclusion is Liebow leading us towards? Is his evidence convincing?

Fun with Numbers:

The Inflation Calculator: $1.00 (1962) = $7.60 (2014)

  • Federal Minimum Wage: $7.25 (2014) = $0.72 (1962) (The real minimum wage was $1.00 in 1962)
  • Laborer Wage: $1.50 to $2.65 an hou = $11.40 to $20.14 an hour (2014) 
  • Top Pay for Jobs Available to Corner Men: $45.00 per week = $342.03 (2014) or  $1368.12 a month (2014)
  • Rent = $12-20 per week =  $91.21(26%) -$152.01 or $600.00 a month (2014) (44% of salary) (I pay @ 18% of my income on rent per week.)

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Talley's Corner Essay
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Chapter 3: "Fathers Without Children":
(Chapters 3 ) (Chapter 4) (Study Guide 3,4)  (Googledocs Chapters 3,4) (Answers) COLE and CALVIN
  • Main Idea: How can we inform our judgment of "deadbeat dads" by considering the influence of environment and culture?

Chapter 4: "Husbands and Wives"(Chapters 3 ) (Chapter 4) (Study Guide 3,4)  (Googledocs Chapters 3,4(Answers) BRENDAN and STEVEN

  • Main Idea: What impact does economic insecurity have on the relationships between man and woman in the corner culture?

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Chapter 5: "Lovers and Exploiters": (Chapter 5)  (Chapter 6)  (Study Guide 5,6) (Answers

  • Main Idea: How does economic insecurity turn physical attraction into 'cynical, self-serving marauding'?

Chapter 6: "Friends and Networks"(Chapter 5) (Chapter 6) (Study Guide 5,6(Answers) 

  • Why do attempts to organize and maintain solidarity fail?

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Talley's Corner Essay due Wednesday, April 20th at 3:30 p.m.

Group Essay: Income Inequality and Ghetto Related Behaviors

Talley’s Corner, 7 and Appendix  (Chapter 7) (Appendix) (Study Guide 7, Appendix)

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August Wilson (1945-2005)

Talley's Corner Essay Due.

August Wilson Backgrounds

Jitney (1977; 1997)

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Bearden, Rocket to the Moon (1971)


The Cast of Jitney


Village of Yo, ca. 1964

Act One of Jitney (Study Guide)

The Day the Thunderstorm Breaks:
  • Today's the day that Becker will announce to his drivers that the Urban Renewal is moving in, he's moving out, and he's not sure that he wants to keep the business going.
  • Today's the day that Fielding finally gets himself fired.
  • Today's the day that the feud between Youngblood and Turnbo breaks wide open.
  • Today's the day that Rena confronts Youngblood with her suspicions about his running around with Peaches.
  • Today's the day that Becker's boy, Booster, is getting out of the penitentiary and coming home to meet his father.

Thesis: How are the strands of the action inter-related? (ie, is it just an accident that each of these thunderheads breaks simultaneously?)

  • Act One Scene One
    • The Hill District comes alive.
  • Act One Scene Two
    • What has pushed Turnbo over the edge today? (Look at his rant about respect. (30-31)) What does he tell Rena?
    • Why has Rena run out of patience with Youngblood? What was the straw which broke the camel's back for her? (32-35)
    • Why is Becker thinking about giving up after the city let him know that they were gonna board up the place the first of the month? (36)
    • Who did Booster kill? Why? (39)
  • Act One Scene Three
    • How does the fight between Youngblood and Turnbo break out? (43)
    • Describe the way Becker functions in this neighborhood: what makes his presence essential?
    • How does Fielding get himself fired? (51) Who does he dream about twenty years later? (53)
    • Becker and Booster: Booker vs. Malcom

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Paul Butler as Becker


Carl Lumbly as Booster

Act One Conclusion: Becker and Booster: Booker vs. Malcolm

Act Two of Jitney (Study Guide) (Quiz)

Connections to African American History:


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Leovy, Ghettoside Introduction

 

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AP's

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PAR T I: THE PLAGUE

1.           A Circle of Grief                   3
2.           A Killing                13
3.           Ghettoside         22
4.           School of Catastrophe   28
5.           Clearance            44






 

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6.           The  Circumstantial  Case              52
7.           Good People and Knuckleheads               61
8.          Witnesses and the Shadow System   74
9.          The Notification     86

 

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PA RT TWO:  THE  CASE OF BRYANT TENNELLE

I0.         Son of  the City     99
11.        "It's My Son"     112
12.         The Killing of Davon Harris   123
13.         Nothing Worse     131
14.         The Assignment    139

 

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AP Exams






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AP Exams

15.         Everybody Know    162
16.         The Witness   176
17.         Baby Man      189
18.         Mutual Combat    213

 

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19.         Witness Welfare   222
20.          Lost Souls   239
21.        The Victims' Side  255

 

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22.        The Opening        273
23.      "We Have to Pray for Peace” 285
24.       The Missing  303

Epilogue     311

 

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Senior Exams

 

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Senior Exams

 

 

 

 

 

 

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