Siamese cats are naturally robust, with round heads and a muscular body. With her Mama as a role model, she finds it in herself to "kick the door open wider and just walk right by him and sit down and tell the man about himself.
They love to play, they are fond of making noise, and are known as the most social cats in the world. They have color points and unique personalities that are known throughout the world.
Informed by a utopia of trust, or bonding, or community, the non-adult narrator Hazel sets up resistance against the breach of trust enacted by adults whether in the deceptive film announcement, or in the oral promise of her uncle. Given a story like "Gorilla, My Love," a historical critic would work to establish who wrote it and when and where, what Bambara's intention was in writing the story, and how she went about writing it with this information, the critic would attempt to explain to readers what meaning the story had in its own time.
Which really ain't enough to keep the mind alive, though Baby Jason got no better sense than to give his undivided attention and keep grabbin at the photograph which is just a picture of some skinny woman in a countrified dress with her hand shot up to her face like she shame fore cameras.
She had already published her first story, "Sweet Town," in Vendome magazine.
She also mentions that her grandfather calls her Scout because she likes to sit in the front seat and navigate whenever he drives. But the next line begins, "Like when me and Big Brood and Baby Jason was on our own," and the narrator abruptly changes direction to tell the story of the falsely advertised movie.
It juxtaposes the naivete or credulity of a non-adult perspective with the opportunism or corruption of the adult world. At the same time Hazel as narrator unswervingly insists on her rights for the pursuit of happiness, both in the dream world of the film screen i.