All God's Children Need Traveling Shoes - Section 3 (pages 58-93) Summary & Analysis

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Efua took Ms. Angelou to the thanksgiving feast in Aburi, a town about thirty miles from Accra. They watched a parade, and Ms. Angelou got lost in the sounds of the beating drums. When the drums stopped, the crowd became very quiet until a group of men walked by them scraping sticks against dry gourds. Again the crowd became silent, and Efua handed Ms. Angelou a handkerchief, which Ms. Angelou did not feel she needed until the crowd began to cheer again, as the local chiefs paraded past the crowd and everyone began to wave handkerchiefs. Ms. Angelou was carried away with the excitement and waved her handkerchief high in the air.

Ms. Angelou watched the dancers on the dance floor while resting from her own turn on the floor. Across the room, she saw a large man whom she found...

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