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“But I don’t sing benna [an Antiguan folk song] on Sundays at all and never in Sunday school” the girl says when her mother tells her not to sing benna in Sunday school.
But the mother continues, unwilling to hear her daughter’s protests.
My mother would also ignore me when I would insist to her that I wasn’t trying to give boys the wrong impression when I spoke to them.
But what we both had in common was a mother who feared her daughter would descend into promiscuity, not unwillingly.The girl’s story was not my story because we had a lot in common.After all, she’s poor and lives in the Caribbean, while I grew up in a well-heeled town in America.I opened the book to “Girl,” but I hesitated before reading it.To love something when you’re young is to love it with reverence.