Meridian - Meridian: Sojourner, Have You Stolen Anything?, and Gold Summary & Analysis

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Meridian: Sojourner, Have You Stolen Anything?, and Gold Summary

The chapter Sojourner contrasts quiet Meridian with confident, atheistic Anne-Marion, who cut off her hair and was immediately rebuked by the Dean of Women. Both live in the honors house at the university. The girls are part of a funeral procession, carrying the Wild Child's coffin. They go past the guard at the gate, who warns them that there will be trouble.

In the center of the campus is a huge magnolia tree called The Sojourner, planted by a West African slave named Louvinie when Saxon College was the Saxon plantation. Louvinie's family in Africa used stories to detect murderers. At the plantation, Louvinie was in charge of the kitchen garden. The Saxon children loved her because she told grisly horror stories, but unknown to her, the youngest child...

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