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A Walk Across America Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 19-22 Summary

Peter Jenkins (travel author)
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Chapter 19-22 Summary and Analysis

In Chapter 19, Peter is getting farther and farther away from Murphy. Peter is sad and somewhat depressed after having a home and people that cared for him for so long and now being alone again. Peter soon hears of a place called The Farm, a two-thousand-acre commune in Tennessee. Peter makes his way toward The Farm even though it had not originally been on his plans to travel in that direction.

Chapter 20 finds Peter and Cooper in Tennessee. They easily find The Farm and the people there are very willing to take Peter in. The man that started the commune is named Stephen Gaskin although Peter doesn't see him much because Stephen is in jail for growing marijuana. Peter soon figures out that Stephen is offering people vague expressions of what he believes God to be and all these people are following this...

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