Bright and Morning Star - Part 6 Summary & Analysis

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Hiding the gun inside the sheet, Sue leaves her house and starts walking toward the woods. She crosses the creek at its lowest point and when she emerges on the other side, she sees the lights of the cars in the woods. She walks toward the men in silence, but before long, one of them sees her and asks her why she is there. Sue replies that she has come to retrieve her son. She clarifies her intent by telling them that the sheet she is carrying is to be used to wrap his body. Upon hearing this, one of the men tells Sue that Johnny-Boy isn't dead as of yet. When Sue tells him that she is sure he will eventually be killed, the man tells her that his life can be spared if he gives them the names of his comrades. Sue replies that she...

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