A More Perfect Union - Part II, Chapters 14 – 23 Summary & Analysis

Jodi Daynard
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In Chapter 14, everyone asks about Johnny's visit to Virginia and he describes the beauty. Abigail is skeptical of Thomas Jefferson's attitude that he is a “simple farmer” (105). Johnny laughingly points out that John Adams is very similar, and Abigail agrees. Later, Johnny talks with Eliza and she can tell by his tone that something happened. He tells her his mistake in mentioning a family the Frays know in Bridgetown and they share the hope that the Frays do not ask questions in Barbados. Johnny admits that something else happened, but does not give details about Harriet's rape. He does say that there is no way to hide cruelty on Barbados, but that people can commit atrocities in secret in Virginia and calmly deny wrongdoing.

Johnny returns to school and finds Eliot did not go home for the break. Eliot does not explain...

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