The Wind Done Gone - Chapters 49-60 Summary & Analysis

Alice Randall
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Chapters 49-60 Summary

In Chapter 49, Cynara thinks about the time in her childhood when Other began to get older and her friends began to treat Mammy like a servant rather than a companion or mother-figure. Cynara recalls how conflicted this caused Other to be, causing her to end friendships rather than place her beloved Mammy in a position of hurt. About this same time, Other began to grow closer to Lady. At the same time, Planter began to take an unnatural interest in Cynara. Not long after this, Cynara would find herself shipped off to another household.

In Chapter 50, Cynara has had some new dresses made for her with the idea that she might attend the Douglass tea despite R.'s absence.

In Chapter 51, Cynara tours the city and wonders about its history and what the future might hold for it.

In Chapter 52, Cynara...

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