A Thousand Acres - Chapters 13-17 Summary & Analysis

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While taking her nieces to the pool, Ginny talked to one of her mother’s friends, Mary Livingstone. From Mary, Ginny discovered her mother used to talk to Mary about Ginny and Rose. Her mother was afraid for Ginny because she knew Ginny could never stand up to Larry. She wanted Ginny to have more life choices, but she didn’t think Ginny could take the initiative to live her own life.

Meanwhile, Larry grew more cantankerous with each passing day. As his daughters tried to exert more control over his life to help him settle down, he rebelled. He eventually took his temper out on Ginny. By making her choose whether or not to fix him eggs for breakfast, she felt like she couldn’t win. Either she ignored the eggs and acted selfishly, or she ran to her house to get eggs and...

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