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The Turner House - Week Five - Spring 2008: Losing The Call; Every Turner Dances; and For Better Things Summary & Analysis

Angela Flournoy
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Charles's father Francis lost his pwn father when he was just a child and with his mother gone also, he was lonely. He longed for his father so when was visited by a pale skinned man in bare feet with his trousers hitched up, despite never seen a picture of his father, he couldn’t imagine it would have been anyone else. Francis had wanted his father so badly that when he saw him, he didn’t question how he’d found his way back from the hereafter. The haint appeared every night from then on, sometimes in the form of a man, and sometimes as just a light. For years he told no one, but when Reverend Tufts asked him why he thought he’d been given the call to...

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