A Fine White Dust - Chapter 7: The Invitation Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7: The Invitation Summary

Pete waited outside for the Preacher Man but he could see that Darlene had him cornered and he gave up. He drove off on his bike and looked up at the sky. He remembered how, as a little boy, he'd look up at his father fixing wires on a telephone poles. He had thought his dad was the most powerful and brave man in town. But Walter had encouraged his son to become a doctor so he could people in under developed areas who had no health care. He would have become such a doctor himself but he wasn't smart enough. But the six-year-old Pete thought no one could have been braver than his father.

That night, Pete gulped his dinner down, hardly tasting it. He raced over to the revival. He couldn't wait to be brought to tears...

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