A Complicated Kindness: A Novel - Chapters Nineteen and Twenty Summary & Analysis

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Chapters Nineteen and Twenty Summary

In Chapter Nineteen, Mr. Quiring is upset with Nomi because she cannot come up with a topic for a story that he considers appropriate. He asks her if she enjoys getting papers back with red on them Nomi makes the comment that Jesus' words are in red. At this point Mr. Quiring tells her to leave and throws her pencil case at her. Nomi goes to the girls' room and throws up. Nomi visits with her cousin Jake, then buys a roast at the supermarket. She visits another set of friends, and then goes home where Ray asks her to go with him to the dump. Ray gets into the dump for free because he helps clean up there.

In Chapter Twenty there is a bullet hole in the front window of the Nickel home when they...

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