Jubilee - Chapters 28 through 40 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 28 through 40 Summary

In Chapter Twenty-eight, Lillian is reading from the newspaper and tells her mother that Lincoln has freed all slaves. Salina says she doesn't recognize Lincoln's authority. Jim is meanwhile traveling toward Shady Oaks with Johnny. The trip should have taken just more than a week but the road is rough and Johnny drools blood, prompting Jim to be overly cautious. By the end of ten days, they are still a long way from the plantation and Jim worries what will happen if he shows up with Johnny's corpse. Johnny lives to make it home and his mother puts him right to bed. Fanny Cranshaw, a young girl from the region who had been attracted to Johnny prior to the war, visits and Johnny is obviously cheered by her company. Vyry is in the kitchen soon after his return and Jim stops...

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