Copper Sun - Part Five: Amari Summary & Analysis

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Part Five: Amari Summary

After the beating from Mr. Derby, Amari is bedridden as her wounds heal. She drifts in an out of consciousness, and Polly never leaves her bedside. Amari apologizes to Polly for ruining her chances to move into the big house, and Polly looks at her with sincere affection. She says that she has missed having Amari working next to her, and that she wouldn't want to live in that big house with Mr. Derby anyway. As Amari drifts in and out of consciousness, she often dreams of her homeland and wishes that her mother could be there nursing her wounds. In her daydreams, her mother's face is often replaced with Mrs. Derby's face, which Amari doesn't understand until she wakes one morning to find Mrs. Derby sitting by her bedside with a cup of tea. Later, Polly tells Amari...

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