It is 1932, and racial prejudice is common in Deer Point, Arkansas, where the lives of two women-a white school teacher and an African American sharecropper-are destined to become forever entwined. As Allise DeWitt gives birth to her first child, her husband, Quent, rapes eighteen-year-old African American Maizee Colson on their cotton farm. Fearing that Quent will terrorize her forever, Maizee's parents take her to Texas, where, nine months later, she gives birth to a son whom she names Nathaniel. As Allise and Quent ...

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