The Wind Done Gone - Chapters 61-72 Summary & Analysis

Alice Randall
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Chapters 61-72 Summary

In Chapter 61, Cynara begins to recall how Lady treated her with great kindness, making her the herb finder so that she would be out of the house when unpleasant things took place on Cotton Farm despite the discord it created in Lady's relationship with Planter. Cynara recalls how one night Lady took her to the delivery of a baby. Cynara cried and told Lady she wished she was white. Lady cheered her and then gave to her a ring that Philippe had given to Lady years ago. Cynara returned the ring the day she was sold away from Cotton Farm.

In Chapter 62, Cynara and R. are invited to a ball. Cynara is largely accepted at the ball. Cynara dances with the congressman and he again charms her. R. comes at the end of the dance and takes possession of Cynara again...

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