Native Son - Study Guide Book 2 Summary & Analysis

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Bigger awakens back in the bed he shares with his brother Buddy, for a few minutes not focused on the events of the past night. Then, he remembers what he has done and, further, that he has to return to the Dalton house to take Mary's trunk to the station. He is horrified to discover that he has brought Mary's purse home and left it in plain sight, and wonders what else he might have forgotten. He finds the bloody knife in his pocket, along with the pamphlets that Erlone gave him to read. He disposes of the knife and purse in a garbage can, and then packs his clothes to move into to the Dalton house, resentful that even in this small thing, he is hampered by the presence of others - in this case, the sleeping forms of his mother, brother and sister. His mother...

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