Flash for Freedom! - Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 11 Summary

Cassy saves Flashy from madness, advising him against wasting his energy and lulling him to sleep. When he awakens, Flashy finds that Cassy has untied his hands, but his feet are hobbled and Flashy weeps. Cassy tells him it will not seem so bad after a while; nothing ever does. Flashy is too preoccupied to contemplate sex as Cassy scoffs at his claim to be white and tells of three times running away and being caught and whipped. Cassy has learned a lot about slavery in the fine house where she grows up before being dragged off to submit to any white man that comes along. Flashy will soon understand.

George Hiscoe and Tom Little laugh at Flashy's pleas and bribes at feeding time, and Cassy's silence angers Flashy as they bump along. At sunset, as they stop, Cassy extracts a promise never...

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