Article 5 - Chapters 3 and 4 Summary & Analysis

Kristen Simmons
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Chapters 3 and 4

In Chapter 3, Rosa runs between buildings, capturing everyone’s attention as the guards chase her, but she is caught before Ember can slip away to look for a phone. Ember is shocked when a guard hits Rosa in the face, but Ms. Brock, the headmistress, simply expresses thanks to God that he resolved the situation. In class, everyone reads the Statutes silently. They require everyone to support only the Church of America and forbid any type of family other than one man, one woman and children. Women are to be subservient, and Article 5 – the one her mother was arrested for violating – stipulates that children are considered valid citizens only when conceived by a married husband and wife, and all others will be removed from the home and subjected to rehabilitation. Ember asks to use the restroom and a guard takes her...

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