Wolf by the Ears - April 1820, That Same Day Summary & Analysis

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April 1820, That Same Day Summary

Harriet is very upset about Beverly. She decides to go visit Mammy Ursula, an elderly slave woman who always has a story for anyone who is willing to listen. Mammy is too old to work in the fields, so she spends her days weaving baskets and watching the small children. When Harriet arrives at her cabin, Mammy Ursula is telling a group of children a story about B'rer Rabbit.

Harriet waits until the story is finished, and then she enters the cabin. Harriet tells Mammy Ursula that she is worried about Beverly. She is afraid he will never leave the plantation and take his freedom. Mammy assures Harriet that Beverly will go someday and asks Harriet to have Beverly come see her. Then, Mammy asks about Harriet's own plans to leave. Harriet says that she does not...

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