Roots - Chapters 91-100 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 91-100 Summary

On approaching slave row on one of his Sunday's off, George senses that something is wrong as none of the slaves are waiting to greet him. When he reaches Kizzy's cabin, she tells him that some free niggers had been discovered plotting to kill white people in South Carolina, and the Master had gone to a meeting telling his wife to kill anyone she saw outside the cabins. George is indignant and determines to remind the Master whose father he was. When Master Lea later returns he threatens George and Uncle Mingo, telling them that niggers are all the same. They feel very resentful that he is treating them this way, and George is in agony to think that Master Lea will only ever act like a Master towards him. He cannot talk to anyone about his feelings as he is...

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