A Place Called Freedom - Chapters 35-37 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 35-37 Summary

The next day, Mack brings the doctor for Lizzie. After the doctor leaves, Mack tells her that he and Peg are going to run away. He wants Lizzie to come with. He shows her the map and explains his plans. As Lizzie begins to pack, Lady Alicia arrives. Sir George has died. His will contained generous provisions for grandchildren. Alicia then learns that Lizzie's baby died.

Lizzie still decides to leave with Mack and Peg that night.

In chapter thirty-six, Jay is in Williamsburg to borrow more money, but the solicitor is out of town. He watches a session at the House of Burgess. He feels many of the members' statements border on treason.

When Murchman returns, Jay learns he is to meet his creditor. His creditor turns out to be his brother, Robert, who tells him that his father is dead. Robert plans to...

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