The Women Brewster Places Summary

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Pariah: a person who is hated and rejected by other people. In the book The Women Brewster Places the author , Gloria Naylor , refers the building as a pariah. “Brewster place was the bastard child.” (Naylor 1) This building was a home and a prison to many charters in this book. The chapter Dawn explains the make and function of Brewster Place. Being marked from the beginning that the building had no hope and no chance of survival. The author shows you how it was created and the type of communities that lived within the building. The tenant of the building later in the book reflect the building and shows you why they lived or ended up in Brewster Place. Many saw this building as a pariah due to the fact of how it was created it location

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