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The Dark-Thirty: Southern Tales of the Supernatural - The Conjure Brother Summary & Analysis

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The Conjure Brother Summary

Josie wants a little brother. When she overhears her mother and her friends discussing a new conjure woman in town, Josie goes to see her. Josie asks for a new baby brother. The conjure woman tells Josie to place a peach tree twig under her bed and to go to sleep right at midnight. In the morning she will have a baby brother. Josie does this, but she falls asleep at ten instead of midnight. When she wakes, she discovers that she has a brother named Adam, but that he is older rather than younger. At first Josie is happy, but she quickly discovers that having an older brother is not as fun as she thought it might be. Adam is domineering and he argues with Josie and gets into her things. Adam keeps Josie from watching her favorite show. Josie then gets...

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