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Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl - Chapter 37, A Visit to England Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 37, A Visit to England Summary and Analysis

In Boston, Linda receives news of the death of Mrs. Bruce, which saddens her greatly. Mr. Bruce requests that Linda accompany their young daughter, Mary, on a trip to England to visit some of her late mother's relatives. Because of her attachment to little Mary Bruce, and because of the fact that she will be able to earn a considerable sum of money, Linda agrees to make the trip before having Benny apprenticed to a trade and leaving Ellen with a friend so that she can attend school.

After a comfortable sea passage, Linda and the Bruce's check into a hotel in Liverpool. While Linda finds the hotel and dining facilities less luxurious than those she has seen in America, she is happy to find the English facilities devoid of racial discrimination, and...

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