A Land More Kind Than Home - Chapter Sixteen-Eighteen: Clem Barefield Summary & Analysis

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The point of view shifts back to Clem as he asks Adelaide about the events that took place in the church. She tells him that it was supposed to be a healing, but it went badly. She expresses her sadness over the death, and Clem thinks to himself that she can't fully understand what had happened because she doesn't have children of her own. She also informs him that Molly Jameson died in the church years ago. Clem leaves to interrogate Chambliss at this farmhouse. It's dark with only one lightbulb that hardly works. Clem thinks that he sees a snake on the rafter, but when the light comes on it isn't there. Chambliss shows him his dead snake skins, calling them symbols of how God can make man anew. Clem informs Chambliss that Christopher died of asphyxia as one of...

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