Uncle Tom's Children - Study Guide "Fire and Cloud," Parts 1-3 Summary & Analysis

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Pastor Dan Taylor walks back to his church, singing a song and surveying the towns in the distance, thinking of how the whites have always owned the entire world. He wonders if he can do anything and specifically if marching with the communists will help change the situation. His congregation is starving. Taylor has just come from a meeting with white officials who could provide food aid but will not. Taylor wonders what he will tell his people. He thinks of the two communist activists he has been talking to, Hadley and Green, and wonders if they might be right.

As Taylor walks back to his church, he remembers how he worked the land, had a son, Jimmy, then heard the call to preach and established his church. His course had seemed clear; now it is confused...

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