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Flyin' West Chapter Summary & Analysis - Act 2, Scene 6 Summary

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Act 2, Scene 6 Summary

It is now seven months later. Miss Leah rocks Minnie's baby daughter as the other women prepare for a dance. Wil and Fannie are now engaged, and he will arrive soon to escort her. Sophie has plans to attend, but her manner and mode of dress are very prim, indicating her preference of business to frivolity. When Sophie does leave the house, she pauses outside, looks up at the sky and raises her arms and twirls as if embracing the wonder of all that is hers. Inside the house, Miss Leah coos to the baby and begins to tell the story of all the fine black women who have come before her.

Act 2, Scene 6 Analysis

Freedom will be achieved for this family no matter what the cost, and it is Sophie and Miss Leah who lead the effort. These two women are completely dedicated to...

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