The Book of Harlan - Chapters 63 - 68 Summary & Analysis

Bernice L. McFadden
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In Chapter 63, Lizard's dad gave him a package to deliver and told him to be back in an hour. Lizard took the package and realized his destination was near Joe's house. He decided to stop in at the Brown's since he was so close. It was a Sunday so he knew Joe's mother would have a meal prepared. Part way through the meal they heard the doorbell. Mrs. Brown opened the door to Lizard's father and a police officer. Lizard's father announced he just wanted to take his son to where he belonged. Joe's father said Lizard was not being held there against his will. The police officer asked Lizard if he was alright. Lizard accused his father of following him to Joe's. Lizard apologized. Mr. Brown followed Lizard to the porch and handed him his trumpet. Joe ran after Lizard as his...

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