Ragtime - Study Guide Part 3, Chapters 32, 33 and 34 Summary & Analysis

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Younger Brother has become more and more distant from the family activities ever since the Coalhouse incidents. He does not accompany the family on vacation. Instead, Younger Brother spends his time in Harlem trying to find Coalhouse. He eventually finds Coalhouse and offers to make explosives for his vigilante organization. Soon Younger Brother is accepted as one of the group, and he shaves his head and blackens his face. He is one of the men who causes the explosion at the last firehouse.

Younger Brother notices that Coalhouse's anger is never directed to his own group of men. Coalhouse seeks opinions and speaks in the modulated tones of a gentleman. Once the picture of Coalhouse is printed in the newspaper, Coalhouse has his head shaved to avoid detection. Younger Brother perceives the act to be that of a warrior preparing for his last...

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