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I choose this this particiular book because I was interested in knowing in Black culture The Long Dream was during the Jim Crows Law Era which segregated blacks and whitesThe political figures in the book was the Chief of Police Cantly whoi takes bribes to keep illegal businesess from being closed Another political figure was Attorney Harvey McWilliams who had ran for mayor who waa a very outspoken reformer man and belived in juststice for all The soul figure in the novel was Tyree Tucker who was a very known business owner He owned a funeral home in the eyes of the community and was a silent partner in an illegal whore house The main character in the book is a boy named Rex FISHBELLY Tucker who learned about the realities of life the hardway and over come obstacles Fishbelly would of never thought that he would have to grow up and become a man faster than he imagined From dropping out of school to help his father with the family business being in love with a a women who sold her self to men to make living and loosing her in a tragedy death his dad revengful murder over incriminating cancelled checks and being put in jail with the charge of trying to rape a white girl soething he did not commit In attemp to get the infamous called checks Even though the rape charges were dropped while in jail he assaulted a inmate and was incdited with assault and given 2 years The story took place in Clintonville Missippi the town was known as BLACKBELT Fishbelly who seemed to gullible and was know to avoid confrotation among his friends who were Tony Zeke and Sami Each one had different opinions if any concern was brought up and hardly agreed in anything Fishbelly and Sami were
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