The Moon Is Down - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3 Summary

The people are not rebelling yet; however, there is an obvious sullenness displayed in the dispatch of their duties and in their daily movements. Although real anger has not as yet surfaced, it is brewing just below.

Joseph and Annie have been directed to move a table and chairs into the parlor where the invaders have set up a common room. The furniture is being set up to accommodate the trial of Alexander Morden, the man accused of murdering Captain Bentick. Joseph is most concerned about not scuffing the furniture while the ever-angry Annie has much larger concerns. Annie gained quite a reputation from the incident in which she stood up to the soldiers by throwing boiling water on them.

Moving the furniture for the trial of a fellow citizen has Annie red-faced. She angrily proclaims to Joseph that the invaders cannot sentence...

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