Wench - Section IV (1854): Chapters 42 - 46 Summary & Analysis

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Section IV (1854): Chapters 42 - 46 Summary

Fran continues to hold a vigil over Lizzie's bedside each night in the cabin. Fran even goes so far as to rise when Lizzie wakes, walk to the outdoor pump, and bring her glasses of cold water. Feeling the connection between herself and Fran growing, Lizzie admits to her that she is sick because she's drunk a tea to prompt an abortion. Fran is shocked and threatens to slap Lizzie, and begins to cry. Soon after, Drayle announces that they will be heading back to the plantation and they should start packing up. Although she is still weak, Lizzie decides that she must see Mawu one last time before returning home. Mawu is frantically packing up her cabin when Lizzie arrives, as she has received word that slave catchers are closing in on her. Lizzie delivers Reenie's...

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