Meridian - Truman Held: Truman and Lynne: Time in the South, Of Bitches and Wives, and The New York Times Summary & Analysis

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Truman Held: Truman and Lynne: Time in the South, Of Bitches and Wives, and The New York Times Summary

In Truman and Lynne: Time in the South, Lynne sits on a back porch, with black children playing with her hair. Truman wants to take a photo, but a feeling of dread about opposites stops him. In the evenings, Truman and Lynne go riding on a motorcycle. Lynne admires the black people of the south as Art, but believes it's a sin she'll be punished for. When three civil rights workers disappear from Mississippi, Lynne is drawn there, and she and Truman arrive in 1964.

In Of Bitches and Wives, Truman's feelings for Lynne, now his wife, start to change. Tommy Odds, a fellow civil rights worker, is shot in...

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