A Book of American Martyrs - Laughter - The Ant Summary & Analysis

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This section includes seven chapters: “Laughter,” “The People of the State of Ohio v. Luther Amos Dunphy: December 2000,” “‘Mistrial’: Widow of the Deceased,” “‘Mistrial’: Children of the Deceased,” “‘Just for you,’” “‘No More,’” and “The Ant.” The first chapter, “Laughter,” is five sentences, from Jenna’s perspective about having a dream that Gus is still alive and they laugh together.

“The People of the State of Ohio vs. Luther Dunphy” starts in the Broome County Courthouse, from Jenna’s perspective as she looks at Luther in the courtroom. The prosecutor has charged Luther with two counts of homicide. If he is found guilty the jury will decide to give him the death penalty. Jenna is at first conflicted about this punishment, knowing Gus would not approve. She also opposes the death penalty, thinking they disapproved in the same way they claimed...

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