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Age of Iron Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part One, p. 15-33 Summary

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Part One, p. 15-33 Summary

The narrator, continuing to write to her daughter, tells of a morning that her car will not start. She asked the homeless man to help her push-start the car, and he does. She says that she is going to town, and she asks if he would like to come along. The homeless man and his dog go along on the trip. Along the way she tells the man stories of her childhood and stories she heard from her mother. She asks the man if he is from the Cape, and he answers yes, but he declines to answer her other questions or respond to attempts to get him to talk. Before they got out of the car and went their separate ways, the narrator looked at the beauty of the coast and began to cry.

Later that afternoon when both are...

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