Juneteenth - Chapters 11, 12, 13 and 14 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 11, 12, 13 and 14 Summary

At last, Bliss gets to go to his first moving picture show, but not before Reverend Hickman warns him of the evils of what he will see. Reverend Hickman tells Bliss that the film world is a shadow of real life, composed of both good and bad elements and people. Reverend Hickman cautions Bliss that he should not get used to going to the movie theatre, because it is not appropriate for ministers to be seen in such places. Bliss is enthralled by the world of darkness inside the theater and is immediately taken by the image of the woman on the screen. Bliss tries to tell Reverend Hickman that the woman is Lorelli, but the Reverend tells him that the woman is the heroine of the film. Although she looks a little like Lorelli, he reminds Bliss that he is...

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