Wench - Part III: (1853): Chapters 34 - 37 Summary & Analysis

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Part III: (1853): Chapters 34 - 37 Summary

None of the slaves dare to come close to Philip tied up the tree. The white women staying on the resort set up a picnic near him and watch him suffer while they eat their lunch. George, who has been ordered to water down the flowers along the water's edge with a hose, manages to douse Philip down when he gets close enough. The next day, the men get smarter and Philip digs holes in the ground to collect water from the hose, which he can suck out from the earth later. Four days has passed since Drayle let Philip tied up the tree. It would have been impossible for Philip to survive without outside help, so the slave women pass their days guessing who has risked their life to help Philip: was it the colored workers...

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