master harold - The deep alto voice of Sarah Vaughan sends...

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The deep alto voice of Sarah Vaughan sends chills down the back of most that hear her belt out the classics in jazz music. African American jazz and dancing play a big part in “ Master Harold. . . and the Boys ”. Along with metaphors of dance, and the ideas behind collisions in the world, it is easy to see that these simple joys of life play a big role in the play. The melody of a good jazz tune get under your skin, and the beat of the drums can collide with the beating of your heart. Not to fall in love with such a great voice such as Sarah Vaughan is simply a crime. In “ Master Harold . . . and the Boys” , Willie tells Sam that it is his turn to put money in the jukebox. “ You got sixpence for Sarah Vaughan?” (31). Sam replies that the only money he has is for the bus ride home. The mention of Vaughan in his speech shows that the boy’s appreciation for music and African American singers are great. Also the fact that one of the boys would be willing to give up a bus ride
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course SO 263 taught by Professor Hjgkjjh during the Spring '08 term at Grand Rapids Community College.

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