Yellow Crocus - Section 3, Chapters 10 – 12 Summary & Analysis

Laila Ibrahim
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Chapter 10, March 1847 – Lisbeth, now almost ten years old, is angry that her reading under the willow tree is interrupted by Jack and three friends teasing one of the slaves. Samuel no longer shares that time or her lessons with her. When she goes to confront her brother and the others, Lisbeth is shocked to discover that the slave they’re tormenting is Samuel. She restrains her feelings so that her brother doesn’t discover her connection to Samuel. She is further shocked when Jack tells her that Samuel is to be sold. She manages to drive Jack and the boys off, and once they’re gone she tries to comfort Samuel, but he’s too angry and storms off. Back in the house, Lisbeth tells Mattie what she heard about her son, and later that evening, Mattie asks Ann to try and get...

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