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At Richards grandmothers house He sets some curtains on fire which leads to the house catching on fire The family moves to Memphis Richard hangs a cat after his father tells him to sarcastically Richards mother punishes him At six while hanging out at a saloon he becomes a drunkard At this age there are no racial differences to him Richard and his brother are taken to an orphanage to live His father has left the family for another woman His mother is ill and cant work Chapter 2 His mother takes Richard and his brother to live at their grandmothers house They move to Arkansas to live with Maggie and her husband bc grannys religious rules tie them down Maggie and Richards mother are sisters Maggies husband a successful saloon owner is killed In fear for their lives they go back to grannys house They then move back to Memphis Aunt Maggie left with a man who killed a white woman Chapter 3 Richards mother had a stroke Her left side was paralyzed They went to live with Granny Afterwards Richards brother goes to live with Aunt Maggie in the north Richard goes to live with Uncle Clark After finding that a boy died in his room he cant sleep He finally went home to Granny His mother is living at Grannys her health is improving Chapter 4 Richard is twelve years old The poetry of religious hymns inspires Richard to write his own poetry Richard isnt religious his granny tries to convert him One day at church he tells his grandmother that if he ever saw an angel he would believe His grandmother misunderstands him and thinks that he has seen an angel His grandmother tells everyone that he has seen an angel Afterwards Richard apologizes and promises to pray for salvation When he prays he find nothing to say to God This is when he writes his first story Richard
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