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Revolution (The Sixties Trilogy) - Chapters 26 - 34 Summary & Analysis

Deborah Wiles
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Chapter 26 changes to Gillette's perspective. Gillette thinks about his life, including his father's brutality, and he berates Sunny for her childish attitudes. He thinks about baseball, and the fact that he has seen the black boy from the pool at some recent games, though blacks are not allowed.

Chapter 27, dated Wednesday, June 24, 1964, is from Sunny's perspective. Meemaw takes her to town to buy shoes and they encounter Delay Beckwith, who seems to want to talk, but Meemaw excuses them quickly. That evening, Sunny thanks Meemaw for their time together and for the shoes. Meemaw's kind response makes Sunny ask about her mother. Meemaw tells a familiar story, including that it rained for days but the sun broke through just after Sunny's birth, prompting her name. Sunny asks about Delay, but Meemaw says Sunny should not worry about it. Sunny wants to ask why...

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