Mississippi Trial, 1955 - Chapters 4 - 6 Summary & Analysis

Chris Crowe
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In Chapter 4, Harlan informs Grampa that they will be leaving for Tempe, Arizona at the end of the school year. Grampa is furious with this decision and does nothing to help Harlan get ready to move. The pair does not say goodbye to one another on the day of the move, causing Hiram to feel bad. Grampa offers for Hiram to come back anytime he wants to visit, but Harlan ignores him. The family successfully settles into Tempe and Harlan and Dee have four more children. Each year, Grampa offers Hiram a chance to visit Greenwood, but Harlan refuses to let Hiram go. As the years go by, Hiram begins to dislike his father more and more because of Harlan's dislike for Grampa. In 1955, Grampa sends his yearly invitation, but this time it is different as Grampa needs help after having a stroke...

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