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Study Guide: A Hope In the Unseen by Ron Suskind - Online Notes

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A HOPE IN THE UNSEEN: LITERARY ANALYSIS


QUOTATIONS - IMPORTANT QUOTES AND THEIR MEANING

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Other figures also provide advice, some more vehemently than Barbara Jennings. When Cedric goes to meet Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas in the Spring of his senior year, he has the following reaction as Thomas speaks:

Cedric nods, but his lips are pursed. Thomas's enthusiasm suddenly seems to be gleaming with fury. It unsettles Cedric, makes him feel like he's going off, barely armed, into some sort of battle with white kids. He doesn't want to fight them, he thinks. He just wants to be part of something bigger, with kids - black kids, Hispanics, whatever. With everyone being a top achiever, just like him. (122)

Here, the change in attitude is complete, perhaps even affirmed by its opposition to what Thomas is warning Cedric about. Cedric does not want the "other kids" from the beginning of the book to be his enemies any more, he wants to "be part of something bigger". His experience at MIT was positive in that sense, and he ..........



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