Because It Is Bitter, and Because It Is My Heart - Part 2: Torsion, Chapters 5, 6 and 7 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2: Torsion, Chapters 5, 6 and 7 Summary

Months have passed and the interest, both official and casual, in Little Red Garlock's murder wanes except with Jinx who still considers confessing to the crime. Jinx even visualizes his confession to the police, but cannot form the words even in his mind, especially knowing that the officials are probably white men who will probably not view Jinx objectively.

Jinx continues to be compelled to visit the scene of the crime and contemplate whether the murder was an act God had wished on Jinx or rather the crime was just a senseless act with no real impact. One day Jinx encounters Iris near the scene of Little Red's murder and Iris tells Jinx that the guilt of the murder should rest with Iris, not Jinx.

Persia continues to date Virgil and the two are stopped for speeding...

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