The Good Lord Bird - Part II: Chapters 13 -14 Summary & Analysis

James McBride
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Chapter 13 is titled "Insurrection." Several days later, Henry was notified of the Bible meeting in the slave pen. He was reunited with Bob and found that he was being worked very hard at the sawmill. He told Henry that the slaves in the pen wouldn't talk to him, and worried that he was going to be killed. He was especially resentful of Henry's status in the hotel while he was suffering.

Henry saw Darg for the first time. All the slaves pretended to be working to avoid attracting his attention. He asked what Henry was doing there, and Henry lied that he had been given permission by Pie. Darg rejected his explanation. Henry told him he was there to visit Bob, so Darg wondered if they were romantically involved. Henry denied this. Darg informed Henry that the pen was his responsibility...

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