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I, Tituba, Black Witch of Salem Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 2, Chapter 15, Epilogue Summary

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Part 2, Chapter 15, Epilogue Summary

Chapter 15 - In the final days before the attack, Iphigene and the other rebels gather arms and weapons, distributing them among the other slaves. Meanwhile, Tituba's baby moves within her for the first time, and Tituba dreams of meeting her face to face. On the night before the attack, Iphigene brings home a stolen rabbit, and Tituba feels a shudder of foreboding at the thought of consuming an animal who hasn't been asked for forgiveness before being killed. As she's gutting it, two "rotting balls of flesh wrapped in a green membrane" (babies) fall out. This startles her to the point where she drops her knife into her foot, causing a wound that, in spite of her and Iphigene's best efforts, bleeds profusely. That night, Tituba's three companion ghosts visit her and reassure her, but Tituba nevertheless continues to feel nervous. Later, Tituba...

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