A Walk Across America - Study Guide Chapter 23-26 Summary & Analysis

Peter Jenkins (travel author)
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In Chapter 23, Peter explains that leaving Tennessee without Cooper was another moment during the walk in which he wanted to give up and quit. Peter comes to a point where he must make decisions between going to Mississippi or Alabama. Peter had heard about the ignorance and hate in both states and didn't like the choices but decided to go on into Alabama. It isn't long before Peter sees a sign with Governor Wallace on it. Peter had also heard about how awful Wallace was. Peter is soon invited to come have dinner with a family that sees him walking. Again and again Peter was invited to eat and stay with people who take him in as if they knew him. Peter writes "TAA" on his map as a code to remind himself that he was totally amazed by Alabama. Peter decides to...

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