Marching in to town

Marching in to town
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  • The British soldiers marching into town with cheers from the loyalist crowd, as they wear red ribbons or flowers in their hats in support of the king. 
  • Isabel's bones are hollow and her brainpan is empty. 
  • Isabel doesn't kiss Ruth's doll and doesn't say her prayers. It shows that she might be losing hope in finding Ruth.
  • Ruth, where are you?
  • Isabel walks to Lady Seymour's house with a clean apron and Ruth's doll in hand. Ruth doll symbolizes this chapter because it shows how important the connection between her family is.
  • At the water tea pump she only sees unfamiliar faces, slaves who had freed them selves by joining the British.
  • Who are these people?
  • Isabel sleeps at Lady Seymours house and can't pray for anyone she knows.
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