Meridian - Ending: Free at Last, Questions, and Camara Summary & Analysis

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Ending: Free at Last, Questions, and Camara Summary

Free at Last takes place on a day in April, 1968, in Atlanta. Meridian waits outside the church with the poor people, eating fried chicken out of tin foil. People tell stories about the past. As morning nears, the crowd increases. They are there for a funeral. Limousines arrive, carrying the family, senators, clergy, and movie stars. After the service, the crowd follows the casket, singing. A man carries a sign that says, "I have a dream." As they walk the four mile journey, the people relax and begin to talk. Meridian feels ashamed at the people seeming to put behind them the death they're honoring.

In Questions, Meridian and Truman talk about the willingness to kill. Truman thought about what it would be like to kill if he was drafted. Meridian...

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