He yells, "If GAL and I did something wrong, you'd beat me first... But if I wanted you to do something with me, you were always too busy. " Charlie's mother thinks she may have treated them differently, but thinks Charles is smarter to understand that. Charles returns to his room. Meanwhile, GAL, his brother, who is eager to meet with Charles, comes back. In the article, A Visit to Grandmother, which was published in the Dancer on the Shore in 1964, William Melvin Kelley writes about Chic's experience of visiting his grandmother with his father. The story begins with Chic's father expressing an interest in attending a class reunion. The decision to visit Chic's grandmother is casual and unplanned, although they have not seen each other for thirty years. Upon visit. During their dinner, his grandmother tells a story about how GAL, Chic's uncle, almost loses control, which she thinks that is amusing and a funny experience.