A Complicated Kindness: A Novel - Chapters Five and Six Summary & Analysis

Miriam Toews
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Chapters Five and Six Summary

In Chapter Five, Travis and Nomi spend time hanging out at the gravel pit. Nomi catches up with an old friend, Sheridan Klippenstein, whose family has deviated from the Mennonite ways. Nomi leaves Sheridan when Travis cranks the trunk and starts blowing the horn. She and Sheridan non-committedly agree to meet at the gravel pits every five years to catch up with each other.

In Chapter Six, Nomi remembers listening to obituaries with Tash at their grandmother's house. She also remembers standing in a field as a child and pretending to be a scarecrow. One day while doing this, she sees two dresses flying through the air. One lands next to her, and another lands on the roof of her grandmother's barn. In the present, as Travis and Nomi drive around on the country roads Nomi asks...

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