Copper Sun - Part Eleven: Amari Summary & Analysis

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Part Eleven: Amari Summary and Analysis

In the morning, the children finally reach the river that separates Fort Mose from America's south. The children have run out of food and are completely exhausted. When they reach the riverbank, they are terrified. None of them can swim and the water is too deep for them to wade across. They decide to unharness the horse, climb on his back, and let him swim them across the river. It is dangerous, but it is their only option. The horse clearly loves being in the water, and Amari notes that he seems to be galloping through the waves, imagining that he is on land. When they reach the other side, Amari somberly faces Tidbit. She tells him that his mother loved him very much, but where they're going, his mother cannot join them. He needs to accept...

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