The Twelve Tribes of Hattie - Six Summary & Analysis

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The third chapter is about Six. The scene opens in a revival tent in the South in 1950. It is two years since Floyd's story. The story unfolds in a series of flashbacks to different times of Six’s life.

Chronological to Six’s life (although not in the order it is told), the story begins when Six was nine, on the night of his oldest sister Cassie’s prom. Hattie had given permission to Cassie to go to prom when a boy asked her because Cassie was college bound. Cassie paid for part of her pale green chiffon dress by cleaning house. That night, Cassie and Bell – his other sister - were making Cassie’s hair into curls. Six — who adored and was adored by the two sisters — was acting as their “butler” by doing as they bid him to. The girls filled the...

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