The Invention of Wings - Part 5, November 1826 – November 1829 - Part 6, July 1835 – June 1838 Summary & Analysis

Sue Monk Kidd
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Part 5, November 1826 – November 1829

Handful – Mauma returns with her daughter by Denmark. Gone for thirteen years, she looks as if she has aged forty. Even Mrs. Grimke is stunned to see Mauma return. Handful is now thirty-three years old. The daughter, about thirteen, is named Sky. They have been slaves on the Wilcox plantation near Beaufort. They were caught four times trying to get away before finally managing to do so on a fifth try. Sky reveals all of their mother’s teeth were knocked out with a hammer, courtesy of Master Wilcox.

Sarah – Sarah returns to Philadelphia to stay with Lucretia Mott and her husband, and Israel comes to call on her. It appears as if they will never be more than friends, because of pressure from Israel’s sons and Quaker society. Sarah receives word by mail...

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