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Balm - Chapters 25 - 28 Summary & Analysis

Dolen Perkins-Valdez
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Hemp grieved throughout Chapter 25. He had knowledge of working with hemp from his enslaved years, but no other work was as predictable or steady. He questioned whether freedom was any different from slavery. Walking the streets, he thought of Madge and the night he cooked for her and she told him she would go back to Tennessee. It hurt him, and even though he continuously thought of Annie, Madge could not be forgotten. The next time Michael and Hemp visited Peter, he insinuated that he had not done any work to find Annie. Hemp shared the news with the reverend, who suggested he simply go home and rest. He passed by the door to his rented home and joined a boisterous crowd in a room down an alleyway in Chapter 26. He drank a bit, but it did not push his memories any further...

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