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Uncle Tom's Children Chapter Summary & Analysis - "Down by the Riverside," Part 3 Summary

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"Down by the Riverside," Part 3 Summary

The doctor tells Mann that the baby has died as well as Lulu and that Mann should think of getting his family to the hills. Mann is still trying to comprehend that Lulu has died. The nurses roll Lulu out. Grannie tries to follow the body, and Mann pulls her back. After a tense silence, a chair falls over and some of the white hospital staff laugh nervously. A soldier informs Mann that they have commandeered his boat but that a motorboat will take them all to the hills. The captain gives him a form and promises to pay him back for Heartfield's boat, thinking it belongs to Mann. Citing the state of martial law, the captain demands that Mann come and work on the levee. Mann tries to protest, but he is separated from his family...

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