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A Thousand Acres Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 6: Chapter 45 Summary

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Book 6: Chapter 45 Summary

Pammy and Linda come to live with Ginny in late November. Marv Carlson has the farm sale in March the next year. He expansively tells Ginny and Caroline that they can each take whatever personal possessions they want. Ginny and Caroline go about dividing possessions in the cold since Caroline doesn't really believe that ventilation prevents kerosene heater fatalities. Ginny finds kitchen objects her mother had used that she hasn't seen for 30 years (Rose had taken them before the church ladies arrived). Caroline says she wants the plates Larry ate off but nothing of Rose's.

Ginny says if she carts stuff off without understanding, she's just taking away someone else's farm childhood. Caroline responds that her memory of Larry is as familiar as a father's image should be: she turns on the kitchen faucet, but there is no water.

Caroline says she believes things are...

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