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Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 26, Important Era in My Brother's Life Summary

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Chapter 26, Important Era in My Brother's Life Summary and Analysis

William accompanies Mr. Sands to Washington as his assistant. Mr. Sands has expressed great satisfaction with William's competence and work ethic, considers him a friend as well as a co-worker, and does not appear to treat him as a slave. William is still painfully aware that he is a slave, however, and upon entering the free states with his master, has no intention of returning to the South in bondage.

Linda and her grandmother are saddened that William is no longer a part of their lives, but try to rejoice in his newfound freedom in the North. Linda and her brother have continued contact through letters, and will be reunited years later, when Linda finally makes her escape.

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