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Uncle Tom's Children Chapter Summary & Analysis - "Bright and Morning Star," Part 2 Summary

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"Bright and Morning Star," Part 2 Summary

Sue recognizes the sound of Johnny-Boy's feet tramping through the yard. She thinks briefly of how her son more and more resembles his father and of how happy she was when she learned that Reva loved Johnny-Boy. She fixes Johnny-Boy supper as he puffs on his pipe. She gives him a pillow for his head, waiting to tell him he must go warn the comrades. She gives him his supper; he is extremely tired. She tells him about the sheriff visiting Reva's father, Lem, about the meeting. She also worries out loud about the number of white people Johnny-Boy has been recruiting for the party. She claims that her knowledge of the local black people, running back many years, makes them more reliable. Johnny-Boy says he has to trust the whites in order to make the party...

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