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For I am lonely, so lonely... cannot help longing to be with you again, as I have never longed for anything before...
He's cheating on me with Clare! I have to get rid of her!
Jack, you're so funny! Hahaha!
She's getting so dark, she almost looks like she's turning black! Hahaha I hate black people!
How ironic. He has no clue that we're actually black...
I like hanging out with you guys so much more Rene. But I can never tell Jack that I am actually black...
I guess I have to keep her secret. She is black; I can't betray my own race...
Hey, I invited Clare to come along with us... Sorry I didn't mention it before.
CLARE! YOU'RE BLACK!
THEME: Racial Identity Throughout the novel, Passing, Irene keeps Clare's racial identity a secret because she feels as though their common race tie them together. She avoids telling Jack the truth about Clare to get rid of her, because although she wants Clare to go away, she cannot bring herself to violate the trust and unseen connection between someone of her own race.
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