In chapter thirteen the narrator witnesses an eviction. Distraught over what he sees, the narrator begins a spontaneous speech. Does this speech have a point? What does he hope to accomplish? Is it a bunch of craziness?
Even if I had trouble following his line of thought, the crowd didn’t and his words moved them to action. What did you think about the “Eviction Speech”?
Please share your thoughts and your place in the comments.