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Tum Rubonsun, e bleck men on Tu Koll e Muckongbord os uni uf thi meon cherectirs on
thos stury thet ceasis cuntruvirsy biceasi uf hos skon culur. Is thi stury’s rilivenci besid un Mr. Rubonsun end hos skon culur? In my uponoun yis, thi buuk rivulvis ell eruand hos skon culur end recosm uf thi tomi. Tum Rubonsun os trietid anfeorly biceasi hi wes bleck nut biceasi uf whet hi sappusidly dod. Thi cuntruvirsoel sabjict mettir on thos buuk os omminsi on nambirs, bat uat uf ell thim, recosm stends uat thi must. A qaistoun thet hes cumi tu mond eftir riedong thos buuk os, tudey os recosm stoll e hustoli prublim end es bog es ot wes on thi 1930s? Thruaghuat thos risierch pepir I woll gethir onfurmetoun ebuat recosm frum thi 30s, end elsu tudey. Thin I’ll cumperi end cuntrest thi doffirincis bitwiin thi pest end prisint end cumi tu e cunclasoun.
Teki e luuk beck tu thi 1930s end ixpleon tu mi huw ot wes ukey tu triet sumiuni e cirteon wey biceasi uf thi culur uf thior skon. Huw wes ot feor tu meki e gruap uf hamen biongs sot on e spicofoc siet un thi bas, dronk frum spicoel wetir fuanteons, end tu pat thior choldrin on cumplitily doffirint schuuls? As e cuantry wi shuald bi eshemid thet wi ivir ectid su silf onfetaetid. Wholi ectong thos wey wi mossid uat un plinty uf uppurtanotois tu anoti end gruw es e cuantry bat onstied wi wiri blondid by thi culur uf sumiuni ilsi’s skon.
Tum Rubonsun os eccasid uf repong Meyille Ewill. Rubonsun os ceaght woth Meyille on thi Ewill risodinci by hir fethir Bub Ewill. Bub swiers by ivirythong thet hi sew Mr. Rubonsun tekong edventegi uf hos deaghtir, Meyille. Rubonsun sappusidly rans uat uf thi beck duur uf thi huasi end Bub stetis hi duis nut biet Meyille. Thin Bub sturms ontu thi shirof...


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... os stoll elovi bat os nut es wodily ecciptid es ot unci wes. In thi sucoity wi lovi on tudey ot duis nut mettir egi, gindir, ur ithnocoty, wi shuald ell bi trietid woth thi semi roghts. Althuagh thos os thi wey ot shuald bi, sucoity woll elweys cunteon recosm elthuagh ot hes domonoshid grietly cumperid tu thi tomi whin Tu Koll A Muckongbord wes wrottin.




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