Uncle Tom's Children - "Bright and Morning Star," Part 5 Summary & Analysis

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"Bright and Morning Star," Part 5 Summary

Sue sits paralyzed by guilt, hoping that somehow Booker is not actually an informer. Reva arrives and gasps at how badly Sue is hurt. Reva sees to Sue's wounds in the kitchen. Reva asks if Sue told Johnny-Boy to tell the comrades. Sue says yes, but she does not mention Booker. Sue begins to cry. Reva comforts her and relays her father's warning that Booker is a stool. Sue realizes that her premonition was correct but cannot tell Reva what she has done. Sue decides to convince Reva to go to sleep and to stop Booker herself.

Sue manages to put Reva to bed and then thinks over what she will do. She realizes that her shouting back at the sheriff and causing him to beat her weakened her so that she could not stand up to...

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