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Bastard Out of Carolina - Chapters 3-4 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3.

Glen declares his love for Anney and her girls and proposes marriage. He says he wants them to be a family and asks Bone to call him Daddy. Bone and Reese are glad to see their mama so happy, but Bone doesn’t trust Glen. Granny, too, thought there was something not quite right about him, and Uncle Earle—who had seen Glen’s violent side—thought his well-to-do family was snooty. Despite their misgivings, everyone believes he loves Anney.

To win the Boatwright’s over, Glen suggests a picnic. Granny refuses to go, but Alma gets her to come out on the porch for pictures. Alma takes several photos including one of Anney and Glen, and one of them with the girls. Glen doesn’t like having his picture taken and in most of them he either turns his head or puts his hands in...

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