Uncle Tom's Children - Study Guide "Bright and Morning Star," Part 4 Summary & Analysis

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Sue wakes up slowly, seeing a blurry white mass before her eyes. She feels fear rising in her as she realizes this mass is a white face. The face belongs to Booker, a party member who has just joined. As Sue returns to consciousness, her fear continues to gather and centers on Booker. She tells him what happened, and he curses the sheriff's men repeatedly. He carries her to the kitchen as she protests. Booker gets her to the kitchen, holds a damp cloth to her head and tells her some bad news. The sheriff has caught Johnny-Boy by Foley's Woods and is trying to make him reveal the identities of the other communists. Sue realizes she will have to tell the comrades, since she does not trust Booker to do it. She tries to get up...

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