A Thousand Acres - Chapters 24-28 Summary & Analysis

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After the storm settles, Ty and Pete leave to find Larry while Ginny and Rose stay behind. Rose tries to remind Ginny of how horrible their father is by trying to talk about how he sexually abused them both as teenagers. Ginny, however, doesn’t remember this happening, even though Rose swears that Larry used to go into Ginny’s room every night when she was fifteen years old. To ensure the girls wouldn’t tell on him, he told each of the two girls she was his favorite, and what they shared was special. Rose said she told Pete, and ever since then he has hated Larry.

Jess Clark came to Ginny’s house the next day. He told her Larry wandered to Harold’s house during the storm, and he had decided he was going to live with the Clarks from now on...

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