The Invention of Wings - Part 4, September 1821 – July 1822 Summary & Analysis

Sue Monk Kidd
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Part Four, September 1821 – July 1822

Sarah – Sarah travels to Green Hill, a castle-like house lived in by Israel Morris, his sister Catherine, and his children. The idea horrifies Mrs. Grimke and gives her chest pains. Sarah does her best to make her life simple, as well as helping to care for Israel’s eight children. Becky, the six year-old, asks Sarah to wear a locket. It makes Sarah uncomfortable, but she does so to make Becky happy. Sarah is also given the ability to educate the children, which she does. Catherine later sees Sarah wearing the necklace, which turns out to be Rebecca’s. Catherine demands the locket back, and tells Sarah she knows what her intentions are. Sarah later apologizes to Israel, but Israel believes she has been brought to him by God, and holds her against him.

Handful – With Sarah gone...

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