A Complicated Kindness: A Novel - Chapters Nine and Ten Summary & Analysis

Miriam Toews
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Chapters Nine and Ten Summary

In Chapter Nine, Nomi remembers how she talked to people in neighboring communities about their opinions of the Mennonites for a school project. She learns how the Mennonites took land away from the families of military men while these men were gone to war. The teacher tells her that the project is not relevant and rejects it. Nomi writes a report about the reasons why Menno Simons would lose his faith if faced with the real world. This report is also rejected.

Travis is teaching Nomi how to drive. He also plays guitar for her. Although she feels honored that he wants to be around her, she feels uncomfortable when he asks her questions as well as when she tries to come up with things to say about his guitar playing.

Nomi says that Tash called a...

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