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Returning to the present

Returning to the present - , Beloved.HeshowsPaulDSethe'...

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Returning to the present, Stamp Paid offers Paul D proof that Sethe was jailed for murdering  Beloved. He shows Paul D Sethe's pencil-drawn portrait in a newspaper clipping that describes the  murder. Paul D denies that the mouth of the pictured woman belongs to Sethe. Stamp Paid explains  how the murder occurred, noting that Baby Suggs felt the approach of danger. He indicates that  because of the revelry the previous night, the party-goers dropped their guard and failed to spot  "some new whitefolks with the Look." Paul D continues to reject the truth, even after Stamp Paid  reads the article aloud. Paul D asks Sethe for the truth, and her words mix tender memories with horror. Too distraught to sit,  Sethe spins around the kitchen, recalling her insufficient knowledge about babies and nutrition, the 
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