The Lions of Little Rock - Section 3, Chapters 11 - 15 Summary & Analysis

Kristin Levine
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The Talisman – On the day of an election in which integration is a major issue, Liz and Marlee make final preparations for the oral presentation. Marlee tries to talk Liz into practicing one more time, but instead Liz finds Marlee a talisman, or good luck charm: a black crow’s feather, similar to the one used by Dumbo, the flying elephant.

Blood like a Jewel – The Sunday night before the presentation, Judy takes Marlee out to the nearby rock crusher, a place where the two of them and David used to play. After conversations about integration (which Judy agrees with) and boys (both revealing they have crushes), they arrive at a field, where there’s a single gray horse. Marlee reaches into her pocket and touches the black feather, feeling a surge of bravery and deciding to ride the horse. It bolts...

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