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Narrative of Sojourner Truth - Entry #17 and #18, It Is often Darkest just before Dawn and Death of Mrs. Eliza Fowler Summary & Analysis

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Entry #17, It Is often Darkest just before Dawn: Isabella was determined to get her boy out of the South. She went looking for someone to help and found the Quakers. The Quakers were very sympathetic and kept her in their homes for some time. Isabella was given the opportunity to sleep in a bed above the floor for the first time. She always slept on the floor because of her past experiences. The Quakers helped her with a lawyer and the Grand Jury. In court she had to kiss the Bible and swear to tell the truth, even though she did not know what the Bible was. They started hunting down her son. After more false starts...

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