Assata: An Autobiography - Chapter 21 and Postscript Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 21 and Postscript Summary and Analysis

In chapter twenty-one, Assata's grandmother comes from North Carolina to visit her in prison. She comes to tell Assata dream she has had; her dreams always come true, so this is very important. The dream is that Assata is out of prison very soon and in Jamaica. This dream gives her hope and she dances and chants in her cell. Her mother had told her to win a race, you must talk to yourself and give yourself encouragement. This is something she has not forgotten. She calls her grandparents a day or two before she escapes to hear their voices. Her grandmother says she loves her and does not want her to get used to being in the prison. She says she will not. Now that she is free, she keeps in mind that black people are...

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