"A & P" by John Updike

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2. I don't think Sammy is a "male chauvinist pig." He is a 19 year old boy who works in a boring supper market with not much action or too much to do. Because of the age he is, if he sees a pretty girl especially in a bathing suit walking around his store, it's going to get his attention...
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2. I don't think Sammy is a "male chauvinist pig." He is a 19 year old boy who works in a boring supper market with not much action or too much to do. Because of the age he is, if he sees a pretty girl especially in a bathing suit walking around his store, it's going to get his attention...
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