Wench - Part III: (1853): Chapters 25 - 29 Summary & Analysis

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Part III: (1853): Chapters 25 - 29 Summary

Once again, Drayle loads his favored slaves, Lizzie and Philip, onto a steamship to take them to Ohio for the summer. The first summer Drayle took her up north, a man - the book does not state if it was a slave, a crewmember, or a master - took advantage of Lizzie while she was tied up with the rest of the cargo, and raped her. Philip watched the whole thing, unable to help her as he was tied up too. When Drayle found out what happened, he immediately untied Lizzie and brought her into his cabin where he let her sleep, on the floor, uninterrupted for the rest of the trip. For the next two summers, Philip and Lizzie were assigned to a handler who ensure their safe delivery to Ohio, and they were forced to...

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