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A Spool of Blue Thread - Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

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Continuing the flashback and extended tale, this chapter features the Brill’s home being built. This is the same home that would later become the Whitshank ancestral home. When Junior was finally in a position to buy it from the Brills, Linnie Mae hadn’t been happy about it. She hadn’t wanted to move out of their neighborhood and away from her friends. Junior was sure that once she saw the house she’d love it like he did.

After Sunday church he put his family in the truck and drove them over to the house to see it. Linnie saw the porch swing and wanted to paint it blue. Junior tells her that painting the swing blue is low class. She gives up and then later, when he’s off on a job, takes the swing down and paints it blue. When...

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