A Better Man - Chapters 25 - 27 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 25, when Gamache let Homer out of jail, he sensed a glimmer of hope in Homer when he said that Homer could come and stay with him. Homer tried to refuse because he had already hurt Reine-Marie. He also pointed out that Gamache would be blamed when Homer killed Tracey.

Meanwhile in Three Pines, Clara found herself in her studio with Dominica Oddly, the art critic who had never reviewed Clara’s work. Clara knew that Dominica had the ability to revive her career or end it. Clara enjoyed reading Dominica’s articulate but often cruel reviews. Clara used the quote: “All truth with malice in it” (235) to describe Dominica’s style. Dominica told Clara that when writing reviews, she looked for artists who created not for fame or money but were willing to show their vulnerabilities.

Back at the jail, Cameron...

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