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As I Lay Dying - Study Guide Darl - Chapter 32 Summary & Analysis

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Darl remembers a time when Jewel was fifteen years old and prone to sleeping during the day. His father pushed him hard, despite his obvious exhaustion, but his mother was concerned for his health. Because his daily sleepiness continued, the rest of the family took care of his chores for him. Fortunately for Jewel, Anse was none the wiser.

Cash and Darl thought the reason for Jewel's exhaustion was a nightly tryst with a woman. Cash was determined to see this woman, so he followed him one night to see what she was like. However, when Cash returned from his night of following Jewel, he did not tell Darl what he saw.

One morning, the family woke up and found that Jewel was not in bed. Everyone was concerned by this new development, until he showed up riding a horse with a prancing...

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