Flight to Canada - Chapters 23 - 29 Summary & Analysis

Reed, Ishmael
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In Chapter 23, Quickskill gives a public reading and lecture and receives a mixed response. Afterward, he and Quaw Quaw go to a nearby shore to await the boat of mysterious benefactor who has agreed to give them passage the rest of the way to Canada. Upon boarding the boat, they find that their benefactor is none other than Yankee Jack. Quaw Quaw accuses him of killing her family, and Jack admits to killing her family. Jack tries to frame his misdeeds in the light of progressive politics, but neither Quaw Quaw nor Quickskill is convinced. Jack and Quickskill begin to argue, and their argument escalates into a physical confrontation. During the fight, Quaw Quaw jumps over the side of the boat into the water.

In Chapter 24, Jack and Quickskill commiserate about their mutual loss of Quaw Quaw. They eventually reach Canada. When Quickskill...

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