A Sudden Light - Chapters 8-11 Summary & Analysis

Garth Stein
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In Chapter 8 Trevor wanders to the porch hoping to sit with Grandpa Samuel and have some lemonade. However, his father is there with a blue binder on his lap, looking uncomfortable. A man arrives with a Power of Attorney for Samuel to sign, but as he asks Samuel if he fully understands what he is signing, the older man will only say that his son told him to sign it so that things will be taken care of. In the end the notary will not allow the signing to take place. Jones is angry, and goes inside to talk to Serena. Trevor eavesdrops on their conversation. She chides her brother for thinking it would be easy, and goes on to say that the other option—declaring Samuel mentally incompetent—is much more difficult because it would involve doctors. Jones is upset and angry...

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