March: Book One - Pages 20-35 Summary & Analysis

Andrew Aydin , John Lewis, and Nate Powell
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In the sixth frame of page 20, Lewis begins telling the story of his childhood and the graphics change to the family farm and the story's setting and time changes.

As a young boy, Lewis is responsible for caring for the chickens on his family's farm. That frame on page 20 shows a young Lewis shelling corn for chicken feed. An inset on page 21 shows a closeup of that process. The remainder of page 21 is a large frame with fields, a few trees, and a house and a barn. Lewis says his father paid $300 in cash for the 110-acre farm in Pike County, Alabama, in 1940.

In the first three frames on page 22, Lewis says that $300 was all the money his father had saved from working as a sharecropper. The fourth frame stretches across the page and shows Lewis in the doorway of the barn. He...

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