Uncle Tom's Children - Study Guide "Bright and Morning Star," Part 6 Summary & Analysis

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Sue hurries through the rain, carrying the sheet and gun. She fords the river and finds herself among the parked cars of the sheriff's posse. Men with shotguns confront her. She tells them she has come for her son. When she tells them the purpose of the sheet, they are slightly amazed and laugh. They say Johnny-Boy is not dead and will not die if he talks. Sue says he will not talk. They make fun of the idea of a black revolution. Then they lead her to the sheriff as she clutches the gun inside the sheet.

The sheriff promises Sue that he will not kill her Johnny-Boy if he talks. She says she cannot convince him to talk. The sheriff takes her to a clearing where Johnny-Boy is tied up. They try to get Sue...

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