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Revolution (The Sixties Trilogy) - Chapters 35 – 42 Summary & Analysis

Deborah Wiles
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Chapter 35 is from Raymond's perspective. Raymond and his friends want to do something meaningful for the Civil Rights Movement. A worker named Amzie Moore says they are considering using some young people to test the Civil Rights Act by trying to go to places that were previously segregated.

In Chapter 36, Sunny attends the movie and stops to visit Mr. Guston, who runs the projector. She remembers her farewell to Laura Mae, who urged Sunny to promise to visit at Meemaw's. Some people in line at the theater say another theater in town has a balcony reserved for blacks, and that the blacks should be happy with that. Sunny goes inside and picks up her favorite snack, all without paying for it. Parnell has put a ribbon on her favorite seat so no one would take it. Once she is seated, she is truly happy...

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