A Thousand Acres - Chapters 29-34 Summary & Analysis

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After the church dinner, Jess moved out of his father Harold’s house and moved into Larry’s house while Larry stayed with Harold. Ginny went over to clean a room for Jess and chose her own room. She momentarily lay down on her bed when she suddenly remembered her father being on top of her, raping her. A few days later, Harold was blinded by ammonia when it sprayed into his eyes accidentally. Ty tried to talk with Ginny about it, but they ended up in a fight.

When Ginny was alone at her house, her family’s lawyer came and delivered legal papers to the sisters. Larry and Caroline were suing them for neglect of the farm. When Ginny asked Caroline why she and Larry were doing this, Caroline was adamant that Ginny and Rose were conspiring against their father to make him...

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