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A Place Called Freedom Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 32-34 Summary

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Chapter 32-34 Summary

Lizzie withdraws after the baby's death. Mack basically takes charge of the household staff. She blames herself for the baby's death, along with others. Mack comforts her more than Jay does. Mack asks her to run away to the frontier with him. She slaps him in the face.

Jay shows no interest in Lizzie and Lizzie begins to suspect that Jay seeing another woman. One night she follows Jay to see where he goes. He goes to the vacant cottage where Sowerby had lived. Lizzie finds Jay with one of the slaves. She walks out. Lizzie returns to the house and takes a pistol to her room.

In chapter thirty-three, Mack still wants Lizzie to run off to the frontier with him but doesn't think it will happen. While he is thinking, Cora arrives with Peg. Cora tells him that the farmer who bought Peg...

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