Kunta drives Master Waller to an important meeting in Fredericksburg. They stop at one of the Waller family plantations along the way. The cook there, Hattie, refused to speak to Kunta for a while after he married. Hattie is one of the women who was romantically interested in Kunta, but Kunta chose Bell instead. Hattie, still interested in Kunta, begins talking to him again. Hattie begins by commenting on the cuteness of little Kizzy: a prefect transition to a larger conversation with Kunta.
They visit in the kitchen of the “big house.” Kunta looks on with amazement at all of...
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