Bright and Morning Star - Part 4 Summary & Analysis

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Part 4 Summary

Sue eventually regains consciousness. As she struggles to regain her senses, she is faintly aware of her name being called. It takes some time for her to recognize the white face staring at her as Booker, one of the party's newest members. As Sue tries to rise to her feet, Booker asks her where she was hit. Amid her protests, Booker carries her into the kitchen and then gets a wet cloth to put on her injured head. Sue is reluctant to accept Booker's help, but eventually she takes the washcloth from him.

After a few moments, Booker tells Sue that the sheriff and the other men have found Johnny-Boy and that they have him in the woods trying to make him talk about the meeting. Sue knows at once that she needs to inform the other comrades to not go to the meeting scheduled for the...

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