Bright and Morning Star - Part 3 Summary & Analysis

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Part 3 Summary

Sue is in a deep sleep when she becomes aware that someone is in her house. She realizes at once that whoever is there is looking for Johnny-Boy. She walks slowly to the kitchen where several white men are gathered. As she reaches the room, she tells them to leave. Startled, the men fall silent. Sue becomes aware of a sudden movement by one of the men and in an instant she feels something in her face. Reaching up, she finds that one of the men has thrown a handful of greens, remains in the pot from the night before, at her. She repeats her order for them to leave.

The sheriff approaches and tells Sue that he is there to help her. When Sue expresses doubt about his sincerity, another man speaks up and tells her to remember that she is talking to white men. Sue...

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