In Love & Trouble; Stories of Black Women - The Revenge of Hannah Kemhuff Summary & Analysis

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The Revenge of Hannah Kemhuff Summary

A woman named Hannah Kemhuff comes to Tante Rosie, a rootworker, to ask her to cast a spell on a woman. Hannah tells the story of how during the depression she and her family were starving. The government was giving out stamps to those who could prove a need to exchange for food. On the appointed day, Hannah and her family dressed in the nice clothes that were donated to them from the more wealthy families in town in order to receive their food. Hannah noticed that the other families were dressed in rags, even the ones she knew to have better clothing. Hannah was puzzled by this, but was not concerned. As they stood in line, Hannah saw her husband flirting with a woman she knew to be his lover. As they moved up...

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