Underground Airlines - Part Two: South: Chapters 6 - 9 Summary & Analysis

Ben H. Winters
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Chapter 6 – Victor and Martha enter the headquarters of the GGSI. Martha dresses as a business professional and Victor acts as her servant. Martha pretends to be an acquaintance of “Mathew Newell,” a manager for the company. Once they are cleared for entry, Victor is searched, reminding him of other searches he had endured, something which he notes taught him “Lesson 1: your body is not your own” (252) many years before.

Victor is stunned by the size and scope of the GGSI plantation, which he thinks of as a “different universe of slavery than the little three dozen acres where I’d been raised. Green grass farm country, pig lots, cattle pens, silos ... ultramodern and ultra efficient” (252). Victor locates Martha and finds her in conversation with Newell, who she has apparently convinced knows her and who grants her Victor access to the...

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