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Revolution (The Sixties Trilogy) - Chapters 11 - 17 Summary & Analysis

Deborah Wiles
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In Chapter 11, Sunny's friend Polly says a man named Delay Beckwith arrived at church with a gun, was asked to leave, and declared he was withdrawing his membership from the church. The girls decide to visit another friend, Mary Margaret. Mary Margaret's father is the city attorney, and she says they are expecting him to work a lot over the summer while the volunteers are in town. Sunny is is tempted to tell her friends about the “colored boy” they “ran into” at the pool (123). As Sunny and Polly walk home, Sunny sees a black boy wearing white high tops looking at the theater, the Leflore, where Parnell sells tickets. A white man tells the black boy to go away.

In Chapter 12, Jamie is driving by and offers Sunny and Polly a ride. Sunny announces that she is not going to attend Vacation...

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