The Accidental Tourist - Study Guide Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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When Sarah calls and wonders if she can come by the house and pick up the navy rug from the dining room, Macon's mind wanders to the two of them sipping sherry and talking about how much they miss each other. However, Sarah's schedule won't permit and she doesn't take him up on his offer to bring it over. Macon wanted to see her new apartment but she said it was not put together just yet. Actually, she is having trouble getting out of bed these days; what is the point? What is the point of anything? Sarah wonders if the man who shot their son has any idea that he not only killed the people in that restaurant that night but many others as well. Sarah wants to go to the prison, tell him what he has done, and then she wants to shoot him between...

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