A Thousand Acres - Chapter 42-46 and Epilogue Summary & Analysis

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After Ginny moved to Minnesota, she got a job as a waitress in a diner. She enjoyed the work and liked to please others. It came naturally. She received short letters from Rose from time to time, but she didn’t have contact with anyone from Zebulon County. One day, Ty appeared at the diner. He decided to give Rose all his land and move to Texas. He also wanted to finalize their divorce.

Months after Ty stopped by, Ginny got a call from Rose. Her cancer had returned, and she was in the hospital preparing to die. Ginny went back to Zebulon County to take care of the girls and settle the affairs of the estate. Ginny admitted to Rose she had tried to kill her with the canned food. After Rose died, Caroline and Ginny met at the farm to gather...

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