All the Birds, Singing - Section Seven: Chapters 22-25 Summary & Analysis

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In Australia, Jake services a man who is her first "lie-down" customer. They drive out in his truck and have sex. The man notices scars on Jake's back and originally believes them to be a sign of AIDS, though Jake assures him they're not. The man refuses to pay her because she's damaged goods.

In England, Jake remembered her family. She called home to have one of her younger brothers answer the phone. She didn't say anything, and he seemed to assume she was some kind of loan shark and promised to repay the money owed. He hung up the phone when his other sister approached, and the sister traced the number back and called, though Jake didn't answer. Lloyd informed her that one of her sheep was going into labor. They deliver the lambs. One of them died. Jake went...

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