Let the Circle Be Unbroken by Mildred D. Taylor

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What is the climax and resolution of Let the Circle be Unbroken by Mildred Delois Taylor?

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In Let the Circle Be Unbroken, things worsen for the Logans when the county agent says that the cotton are over quota and so some of them will have to be cut down. Stacey and friend named Moe run away from home to get jobs cutting sugar cane to help raise money. Mama Logan is distraught not knowing how to find the boys. Lee Annie is told that she has failed the voter registration test.

Cassie Logan doesn't understand how in the midst of all the trouble the adults can just go on with daily chores and act like nothing is wrong and...

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