Mississippi Trial, 1955 - Chapters 7 - 9 Summary & Analysis

Chris Crowe
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Hiram drives Grampa out to the Hillburn fields in Chapter 7. Grampa feels sorry for himself briefly as he cannot move the way he used to and he also reminisces about the relationship between himself and Harlan. Grampa begins to cry at this, making Hiram uncomfortable, but Grampa changes the subject to happier things to distract Hiram. Grampa takes Hiram to their fishing spot and next wants to visit the courthouse, making things like old times again. Grampa gives Hiram a dime so that he can visit Mr. Paul and get a root beer. Mr. Paul is surprised to see Hiram again and they begin a conversation about what is happening in Greenwood. Mr. Paul explains that many people are against desegregating the schools and Hiram questions whether people should just leave things alone. Hiram's nonchalant attitude towards this angers Mr. Paul and he...

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