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Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl - Chapter 34, The Old Enemy Again Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 34, The Old Enemy Again Summary and Analysis

Linda receives a letter, which claims to be written on behalf of Emily Flint, and is signed by her younger brother, who is merely a child. Linda recognizes the handwriting as that of Dr, Flint, however. Still believing that Linda has been in the North for many years, instead of hidden in the den for most of that time, the Flint's assure her that they would not (and have not) gone to any trouble or expense to retrieve her. Linda knows, however, that Dr. Flint has made several trips to New York, at great personal expense, in attempt to find her. The letter goes on to tell Linda that, if she returns to her life on the Flint plantation, it may be possible to make negotiations for her sale.

Shortly afterward, Linda receives...

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