The Feast of All Saints - Study Guide Section 9-Volume 2, Part 1, Section 4-Volume 2, Part 2, Section 1 Summary & Analysis

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Richard is ecstatic to learn that Marie loves him. When a photographer arrives in town, Marcel, fascinated by the process, convinces Richard to have his picture taken for Marie. Afterwards, Richard returns home to find his father being arrested for striking a white man that was harassing Richard's sister. Richard defends Giselle against his father's accusations that she was leading the white man on, but Suzette later explains that her father was only angry about being helpless to defend his daughter. Rudolphe wins the case because the man was on his property, but the white gentleman is genuinely offended to lose to a black man. Marcel talks about Paris and how he had hoped for Richard to go with him until his friend fell for Marie, but Richard never wanted to go to Paris; Marie...

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