What do you think motivates Da-duh and the narrator to try to triumph over each other?
Da-duh sees the fierceness in her granddaughter’s eyes when they first meet in the shed at the boat landing. Da-duh is immediately challenged to teach her granddaughter a lesson and takes her “under her wing” to convince her that the way of life in Barbados is superior than the one in New York. It becomes a mission for Da-duh to convince her granddaughter that there...
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