Mississippi Trial, 1955 - Chapters 13 - 15 Summary & Analysis

Chris Crowe
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Hiram walks Naomi home in Chapter 13 where she tells him again to stay away from the trial but Hiram assures her that he probably will not testify. For the next few days, Hiram has been in constant contact with his mother, except for one instance where his father tells him that he will be there if Hiram needs him. Hiram is comforted by this, but promises his father that he will be fine. School starts for the year, but Hiram does not attend the local school. Instead, Hiram sticks around home every day listening to Grampa rant about the changing segregation laws and why he does not like them. In the meantime, J.W. Milam and Roy Bryant are indicted for Emmett's murder and a trial is announced to take place soon. During a visit to the courthouse, Hiram gets another opportunity to...

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