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A Thousand Acres Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 4: Chapter 32 Summary

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Book 4: Chapter 32 Summary

Ginny decides only a swim will clear her mind. Feeling too awkward to go to the pool, she drives toward the old quarry which, unlike the tank in Harold's new tractor, is full of brown runoff water. She surprises Pete throwing stones—she has seen him with new eyes since the Monopoly game, now realizing that, while at times misguided and temperamental, he was not manipulative, did not possess the meanness of spirit that characterized Larry and Harold. Pete volunteers that the bacterial count in the quarry water is probably high, given the feedlot that drains into it—and that he'd driven up the road north of the quarry (the old gate had been removed, and he could drive right up to the water's edge).

Book 4: Chapter 32 Analysis

Pete says he finds himself at the old quarry increasingly frequently of late, its weirdness...

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