In the story The Thing Around Your Neck, is the narrator making choices about her life or is she driven by circumstances?

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In The Thing Around Your Neck, the narrator speaks to the social, political, and economic realities of being a black immigrant woman in America. In her struggle to adjust to the racist, sexist, classist American system and the interpersonal...

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