Wolf by the Ears - The Third Week of May 1820 Summary & Analysis

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The Third Week of May 1820 Summary

Harriet takes it easy over the next couple of days, staying close to her mother rather than wandering the grounds as she might have done before. Sally tells Harriet one morning while they are overseeing the bleaching of sheets that Jefferson wants to see her. Harriet does not want to go to him, afraid he will look at her differently after what Bankhead did. However, Sally insists.

When Sally sees her daughter crying, she asks if Harriet dislikes Mr. Randolph's suggestion. Harriet is surprised that her mother knows and asks about Tom, remembering what Mr. Randolph said about him. Sally reveals that Tom is passing as white, too. Harriet wants to know if that is why no one ever speaks of Tom, and Sally tells Harriet that there is no news, which is why she...

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