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Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl - Study Guide Chapter 32, The Meeting of Mother and Daughter Summary & Analysis

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After an uncomfortable trip on the train car designated for colored passengers, Linda arrives in New York. She travels to Brooklyn and there arranges to meet her daughter at the home of another former slave from her hometown. Linda is delighted to see her daughter, but is disturbed to see that her care and education have clearly been neglected. She wishes that she and Ellen were able to live together, but knows that will have to wait until she has found employment and the means to support her child. Here, she is further reminded that her escape to the North has not solved all of her problems and persecutions, and the quest to secure freedom for herself and her children is not over.

At this point, Linda begins making inquiries into the whereabouts of her brother.

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