Copper Sun - Part Ten: Polly Summary & Analysis

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Part Ten: Polly Summary

The children continue their journey toward Fort Mose, recalling their favorite memories of home and their favorite memories of their parents. Amari recalls how no matter what she and her mother talked about, her mother always seemed to have the right answer. Polly admits that while her father wasn't perfect, her mother loved him with all her heart.

Tidbit simply says that he wants to return to his mother. He is tired of traveling and he just wants to go home. It is difficult for Amari to explain that he cannot go home, and she is his mother now. Polly and Amari's relationship also deepens as the girls discuss how their opinions of each other's race has changed since they moved onto Derbyshire Farm. Polly despised most black people until she met Amari. She thought of them as animals...

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