The Good Lord Bird - Part III: Chapters 21 - 22 Summary & Analysis

James McBride
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Chapter 21 is titled, "The Plan." Brown was unreasonably excited when they got back to Iowa, despite the fact that all the new recruits except for O.P. Anderson went home. Their promises to step up when they were called to action were taken as a given by Brown. He also was proud to have Harriet Tubman's support. Henry believed that Brown was losing touch with reality, but he had a difficult time making any plans to leave. The men trained with wooden swords and pistols. Brown spent some weeks writing letters to potential supporters. The letters he received back begged for information about his plans, which only served to irritate and infuriate him, since he knew that sharing his plans would be unwise.

Henry believed that Brown hadn't shared his plans because he was still waiting for God to tell him...

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