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“May the Best Man Win”- Analytical Essay
- Patti Rooney:
- Patti’s mother:
- Fitz (Patti’s boyfriend):
- The King:
- The kings’ men:
Thank you for your e-mail informing us about the pre-booked PlayStations. I am very sorry about the situation and we at Sony understand the frustration of your costumers.
We are experiencing a very high demand on out PlayStation right now and everything has been flying off the shelves in every store across the world.
Unfortunately, we do not have any PlayStations left in our stock, and we do not know exactly when they will be back.
We tried to get in touch with our supplier and they can’t promise anything yet.
Because of the high demand, our best guess would be two- or three-months waiting time.
We have also tried to get in touch with other electronic stores in your country, and none of them have anything left in their stock.
To make the situation better we are going to give all your costumers 20% off all our products including the PlayStation 5 and ship everything to your store for free.
How does that sound? Your customers can purchase our products online at sony.com.uk or in stores.
Everything will be on sale online and in every electronic store across the U.K and we hope that the waiting time would not cause your store big problems again.
We are truly sorry about the misunderstanding, and we hope that we can still work together in the future.
The short story is called “May the Best Man Win” and is written by Kit De Waal. The story tells us about a woman that works in a bar and is almost only surrounded by black men, until one day a group of white men show up .
They came with a Tv to watch a boxing match. The storyline happens in 1981 in Birmingham.
At that time, there were not so many white people, and Patti was surprised to see them walking in the bar.
The only white people were Patti and Stella, who considered herself a black woman in all but hue.
She said that because she has been living in Delroy for a very long time. The white men that came in the bar, were not just ordinary people, it was the king and his men .
The match started at some point in the story and every man in the bar was excited to see it.
Everyone was shouting and chanting for Ali, except one man. His was called Reds. He told the king that he supported the other boxer because he was from his “parish”.