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Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl - Chapter 33, A Home Found Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 33, A Home Found Summary and Analysis

Linda is concerned that she will have difficulty finding a job since her particular situation makes it impossible for her to provide references from past employers. Still, she finds a job with a kind English woman who demonstrates little, if any, racial prejudice. Linda is hesitant to confide to Mrs. Bruce, her employer, that she is a runaway slave. Nonetheless, Mrs. Bruce helps in any way she can, considering Linda's reservations. When Linda's body, still weak from seven years of confinement, cannot handle the extent to which she was required to go up and down stairs, Mrs. Bruce limits the number of stairs her servant is required to climb and hires a physician to tend her aching body. At one point, Mrs. Bruce offers to open her home to Ellen and to provide her with...

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