John Crow's Devil - Making Plans for Thursday, Golgotha or the Incident, Reckoning, The Beginning Summary & Analysis

Marlon James
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In “Making Plans for Thursday,” Lucinda cooks breakfast for the Apostle York. York had convinced her she was the only person who could lure Bligh out of the Widow's house. She allowed Clarence to beat her and Clarence had happily complied. Then York told her how to lure Bligh out of the house and sent her to the Widow's house. As she works, she imagines her mother's voice, taunting her. Lucinda pledges that York will remain by her side, unlike her father who left her mother. Then she begins singing a hymn to get rid of her mother's presence.

Lucinda takes the breakfast tray to York's room and finds Clarence pulling up his pants, pushing his penis inside. Lucinda takes in all that information and rushes to her room where her mother and Night...

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