Meridian - Meridian: The Driven Snow, The Conquering Prince, and The Recurring Dream Summary & Analysis

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Meridian: The Driven Snow, The Conquering Prince, and The Recurring Dream Summary

In The Driven Snow, Meridian is at Saxon. She loves The Sojourner and enjoys Anne-Marion, who switches out being pure as the driven snow in the school song with a line about being prime as the daily steak. Meridian's past marriage and child are kept secret. When she is asked to talk about resisting temptation, she admits that she can't think of a time when she has and doesn't know if she believes in God. She begins to have bad headaches and nightmares. Her and other students' involvement in the Civil Rights Movement is ignored by the school, which focuses on social niceties, a stark contrast with the suffering among the black community. Meridian's guilt feelings are only abated by police beatings. After...

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