Welcome to Braggsville - Chapter Thirty-2 — Chapter Thirty-5 Summary & Analysis

T. Geronimo Johnson
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Chapter Thirty-2 begins with a list of superstitious behaviors by Daron, his friends, and his family members. These were things he’d noticed but never really thought about why they were as they were. He asked his mother, but she’d only responded “Methuselah knows” (p. 285), a comment Daron didn’t understand either.

In Chapter Thirty-3, when D’aron is eight years old, Nana takes him to the church in the Holler. The time he spends in the Gully church on this visit is as close as he's been to a religious experience. The preacher, Deacon Woodbridge, has walked in chained to an anchor. Men rise to help him, but he tells them that no one else can help him carry his burden. Once he reaches the pulpit the preacher points out that the anchor is also the image of a...

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