The Book of Harlan - Chapters 102 - 106 Summary & Analysis

Bernice L. McFadden
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In Chapter 102 Harlan saw the empty wheelchair as he left the apartment. He paid no attention to the fact that it was empty since he had other things to do. He had time to enjoy being free. Harlan felt weightless as he walked down the street.

Harlan enters the 71st Precinct in Chapter 103 and greeted by officer Daniel McCollum who was not pleased to have to help a black man. Daniel did not like the fact that he got placed at the 71st Precinct because the population was made up of mainly blacks and Jews. Harlan told McCollum that he was turning himself in. When asked, he said for murder. McCollum did not believe Harlan and became sarcastic with him. McCollum asked how he committed the murder and Harlan lifted his hands and said he used his hands. Harlan's breath smelled of the...

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