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Revolution (The Sixties Trilogy) - Chapters 64 – 69, A Note about Freedom Summer Summary & Analysis

Deborah Wiles
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In Chapter 64, Raymond and his friends are going to a local black restaurant “to celebrate” (462). Raymond remains in the car while everyone else goes inside. He says he is simply tired. In Chapter 65, Gillette is waiting at the market, but Ruth has run away. They wait a few moments but she does not return. Gillette admits he has been going to the ball fields where the blacks play, and says Ruth has followed him there. Jamie drives in that direction, though the streets are flooded in places. They come to Henry street, where there are lots of cars parked near the restaurant where the celebration is taking place. They see Raymond in the car and notice another truck on the street. Jamie pulls in behind the car where Raymond is, giving the other truck room to pass. As they...

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