Meridian - Truman Held: Two Women and Lynne Summary & Analysis

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Truman Held: Two Women and Lynne Summary

In Two Women, after Camara's death, Truman sends for Meridian. She goes back and forth between Truman and Lynne for a month, helping them through their daughter's death, a trial that she can't even think about afterward. On Meridian and Lynne's last evening together, they watch a TV program about white men and black men in the South. Both women miss the South. Meridian tells Lynne that she's tried not to hate her. Meridian packs the few things she has, but she never really unpacked. Lynne says that the last thing that bound her and Truman is now gone. Truman told her that she could go home, but she can't go back to her parents and doesn't want to. Her daughter died because of the prejudice against black people that her parents stand...

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