Copper Sun - Part Three: Amari Summary & Analysis

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Part Three: Amari Summary

Three months pass quickly as Amari struggles to assimilate to life on the plantation. She is in charge of many household chores, including helping Teenie prepare all the meals. Often, the scent of the cooking food reminds Amari of home, and it brings tears to her eyes. One of her few comforts is in the knowledge that all the slaves around her have lost their mammas too. Amari and Polly tolerate working beside each other but rarely speak. Amari fills her days speaking in broken English to Tidbit, who doesn't mind that she can't speak fluently. In the evenings, Clay frequently calls for her and forces her to have sex with him. Afterward, Clay sometimes likes to lie in bed and talk. He often asks Amari if she likes him, and she has no option but to answer yes...

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