Mississippi Trial, 1955 - Chapters 10 - 12 Summary & Analysis

Chris Crowe
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Hiram dreams of his father in Chapter 10. In the dream, Hiram and his father are fishing and everything is perfect until Hiram walks away for a moment. When Hiram returns his father is gone leaving him to himself. When Hiram wakes up, he feels like he misses his father and he wants to talk to him. Hiram cannot stop thinking about Emmett and he asks Ruthanne about him at breakfast. She says that she has heard about what he has done and that hopefully he will be headed back to Chicago soon, thanking Hiram for being so concerned. Grampa sees that Hiram is preoccupied with something and takes him fishing but it does not work.. Afterwards, they go to the local cafe where they are greeted by many of the locals. At home, Grampa and Hiram are enjoying the evening together when some...

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