Bright and Morning Star - Part 5 Summary & Analysis

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Part 5 Summary

Sue spends the next several hours huddled over her stove contemplating all that has happened. She knows that she will likely never see either of her sons again. Her thoughts are interrupted by Reva's entrance into the kitchen. She gets up and hugs the girl who, noticing the wounds on her head, asks what happened. Sue decides not to tell her for the time being and instead, the two women go into the kitchen so that Reva can clean her wounds.

As Reva cleans and dresses the wounds on Sue's head, she asks if Johnny-Boy had come home. When Sue says that he had, Reva asks if she told him about what she had heard. When Sue says that she did, Reva seems pleased and tells Sue that she knew everything would turn out fine. Hearing Reva's exuberance proves to be too much for Sue and she...

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