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Uncle Tom's Children Chapter Summary & Analysis - "Fire and Cloud," Parts 4-6 Summary

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"Fire and Cloud," Parts 4-6 Summary

Taylor tells his wife, May, to go and tell the mayor that he is sick, has to get out of bed and dress and will be a few minutes. Then she must go to Deacon Smith and tell him that Taylor is with the mayor and to wait in the basement with the other deacons. Then she must go to Hadley and Green and conduct them into Taylor's room, where he will talk to them. May argues that Jimmy must live and grow up among the white people and should not be put in jeopardy. Taylor convinces her to do as he asks.

May carries out Taylor's requests. Hadley and Green come to his room and try to convince him to march. They are worried that if he does not bring his congregants to the march, they...

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