The Wind Done Gone - Chapters 73-90 Summary & Analysis

Alice Randall
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Chapters 73-90 Summary

In Chapter 73, R. shows Cynara a letter Mammy dictated and gave to him before her death asking him to marry Cynara.

In Chapter 74, Cynara cries because the letter refers to her as Mammy's little girl, the one and only time she has heard her mother refer to her in that way.

In Chapter 75, Cynara thinks R. only wants to marry her because of his great affection for Mammy.

In Chapter 76, Cynara feels that R. does not really understand what it means to be black and to marry a black woman. Cynara feels that R. does not truly know her, but that he knows her better than anyone else. Cynara thinks she will marry R.

In Chapter 77, R. wants Cynara to pretend to be white when they go to London. When Cynara refuses, R. cancels the trip.

In Chapter 78, Cynara is ill...

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