Queen Sugar - Chapters 7 - 8 Summary & Analysis

Natalie Baszile
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Chapters 7 and 8 were told from Charley’s point of view in the third person limited style. In Chapter 7, she searched for a manager to no avail. At Miss Honey’s encouragement, Charley decided to try a restaurant called the Blue Bowl. When she arrived, it was full of white male farmers. Other than the waitresses, she was the only female. Other than the kitchen staff, she was the only African American. She sat at a table alone and listened to the farmers talk. Their discussions only brought up more questions for her, more things about sugarcane that she did not understand. She was surprised when Prosper Denton walked in and asked if he could join her.

Prosper told her that the white farmers were successful because they stuck together. He had thought about that a lot after meeting her. He offered to help...

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