A Place Of Their Own
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This creative essay describes Joppy's, a small bar on the second floor of a butcher's house. According to the paper, its usual customers were Negro butchers. The paper also describes the bar's physical layout and how it smelled.
From the Paper:"Joppy's was a small bar on the second floor of a butcher's house. Its usual customers were Negro butchers. The smell of meat filled every corner of the building. So few people other than butchers wanted to be there. The bar was located on 103rd street in Los Angeles, but its windows were so dirty that it was hard to see the street outside. The bar area had a marble counter top which the owner, Joppy, was always cleaning and polishing. The light marble had dark cracks in it, which looked like a web of blood vessels in a newborn baby's head. Otherwise, the room had six tables of cherry wood and seven high stools at the bar. Even on a busy..."
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