Not Without Laughter - Chapters 16-18, Nothing but Love, Barber-Shop, Children's Day Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 16-18, Nothing but Love, Barber-Shop, Children's Day Summary and Analysis

In "Nothing but Love," Annjee has been gone for some time. The summer passes and Sandy keeps growing. He and Hager spent a lot of time together and they talk about many things—God, love, and the like. But the chapter largely consists of Hager telling Sandy that while slavery was very bad, it wasn't all bad. Not all white people were cruel to blacks, and in those days white people at least had to feed black people rather than paying them less than they needed to eat.

Hager then tells the story of her plantation and her life growing up there. She grew up playing with the mistress's daughter and they were good friends. When she grew up, the plantation owner, Mr. Jeanne, left for...

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