Amos Fortune: Free Man - Amos on the Mountain Summary & Analysis

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Amos on the Mountain Summary

The next morning, Amos told Violet that he intended to take the money he had saved for a farm for them to buy Lois a house in town. Violet responded that she did not like the idea and that she had hidden the money. Violet said that Amos had helped so many people, that it was time for him to help himself. Amos became angry and took some bread and water up to the mountain.

Amos sat on the peak of the mountain all night, praying and begging God for a sign of what he should do next. Amos knew that Violet had a valid point, that he. He needed to buy a farm so that Violet and Celyndia would be taken care of should he die. However, Amos also felt motivated to help Lois, because she could not help herself...

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