Jubilee - Chapters 8 through 18 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 8 through 18 Summary

In Chapter Eight, Randall Ware returns to his blacksmith shop. Randall was born free and has the support of a wealthy white Quaker, Randall Wheelwright, and Wheelwright's friend Bob Qualls. Wheelwright and Qualls frequently help slaves escape and sometimes buy slaves to set them free. Randall owns some property and makes a good living so that he always pays his taxes on time but knows that his freedom depends on the support of Wheelwright and that his freedom is always in jeopardy. He and Vyry have a couple of options available, including that they could marry if John Dutton gives permission. Randall considers that he could help her run away but wants her to remain in Georgia as his wife. Vyry, now fifteen, wants John to give permission but knows that Salina will never agree and that John himself might refuse...

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