Commentary On Milkman's Life

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Milk served on a silver platter Unhappy with how her life was leading, First Corinthians was determined to give her life a purpose. After many attempts at finding a job she finally landed one as a maid of a white woman. She kept her identity a secret, and started building a life of her own. But, after revealing her concerns of Porter dropping her off closer to her house than usual, she gets reduced to a “Doll-baby,” someone artifical that does whatever their daddy tells them, when Corinthians only wanted to build an independent life for herself without losing her family in the process. But on the other side of her family, Milkman was given an identity and a purpose in life despite how immature and inappropriate he can act. From an early age

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