Wench - Part IV (1854): Chapters 38 - 41 Summary & Analysis

Dolen Perkins-Valdez
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Part IV (1854): Chapters 38 - 41 Summary

The Tawawa House does not close as everyone had anticipated and Drayle brings Lizzie back for one more summer. This time, Fran joins them. This year, Nate is old enough to work in the fields, and Fran has been pestering Drayle about putting the children to work. This summer, Lizzie is, of course, expected to sleep in the kitchen, not in the cabin with Drayle. When she arrives, the old cook Clarissa greets her with kindness, and comments on Lizzie's size. She prepares a large plate of food for Lizzie, and Lizzie tries to hide the fact that it makes her nauseous. Lizzie has strange dreams about killing Drayle, and feeling that, unlike Mawu, she must succeed in taking her master's life. Soon after arriving at the resort, Lizzie begins seeing reward posters for the return of...

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