The Good Lord Bird - Part III: Chapters 29 - 30 Summary & Analysis

James McBride
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Chapter 29 is titled, "A Bowl of Confusion." Henry followed Oliver and Taylor with their two prisoners to the armory. The armory had already been taken and communications with the outside world had been cut. Brown was glad to see "Onion," seeing his appearance as a good omen. They had taken several prisoners. Brown issued orders and looked satisfied because they had succeeded in taking Harpers Ferry.

Brown asked if they had seen the Rail Man, and Henry answered without telling him that the man was shot. Brown asked if the Rail Man "hived the bees." Henry told him he saw "a bunch." O.P. and the Emperor were especially interested in his answer, wondering whether they ran away. Henry responded that there was a misunderstanding and confusion. Just as he said this, two white men knocked on the outside door. Brown...

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