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Angle of Repose - Book 8, Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

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Book 8, Chapter 2 Summary

Narrator Lyman Ward discusses his own physical and spiritual infirmities and doubts that he can finish the story of his grandparents. In this mini-chapter, he tells the reader he'll let Susan Ward's letters tell the story for a while.

Book 8, Chapter 2 Analysis

In speaking directly to the reader, the narrator invites a more personal participation in his story. The reader identifies with his aches, pains, bitterness and loneliness. That identification helps us to stay focused on the story as it nears its conclusion.

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