Oldest Living Confederate Widow Tells All - Study Guide Book IV, pgs. 607-632 Summary & Analysis

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Cap's popularity has increased in the South. Lucy's job as Sunday School teacher had been terminated. Her son Ned tells Lucy that he is staying overnight at his friend, Billy's. Lucy learns that Ned didn't tell her the truth. Will had actually taken the boy on a hunting trip. Will's gun collection has now expanded to Lucy's sewing room.

As she is making potato salad, she hears her neighbor Ruth's phone ring. Ruth comes to tell Lucy that the call is for her. Ned has been shot accidentally by Will. His eyes are damaged. Lucy goes into the gun room and begins to smash the glass on the trophy cases. People help her move the guns into a pile in the yard and build a bonfire. When told the live ammunition could explode, she tells the people to take the guns...

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