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Revolution (The Sixties Trilogy) - Chapters 5 - 10 Summary & Analysis

Deborah Wiles
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In Chapter 5, Raymond's mother is cooking when he gets home. He lies, saying he has been in the river, but knows she does not believe him. Raymond learns that a white volunteer, Jo Ellen, is staying with them for the summer. Raymond's younger sister, Glory, is seated near Jo Ellen and says she has a sister again, “almost like Adele come home” (63). Jo Ellen thanks Raymond's mother for cooking supper so late, and Raymond is surprised to hear Jo Ellen call his mother “Mrs. Bullis” (63).

The next 10 pages are about Bob Moses and his role in the Civil Rights Movement. There were a series of events happening. A black teen named Emmett was killed near Greenwood and his body dumped in the river. A woman named Ella Baker began the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee and she sent Bob to Mississippi, a place many...

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