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Bastard Out of Carolina Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 2 Summary

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Chapter 2 Summary

The story picks up in 1955 when Bone is five years old. Aunt Raylene is introduced as the one who lives near the river. This is the summer after Reese is born. Alma's youngest child, Little Earle, is a toddler. They sit on Aunt Alma's porch, and Bone sits near Granny so she can listen to the music from the radio inside and still be close to Granny. She is also safe from Aunt Alma's twin boys, Grey and Garvey. At one point, they are teasing Little Earle about being ugly. Granny says that Bone is almost pretty, which makes her a Boatwright for sure. Some of the other talk includes how Glen Waddell hangs around the diner every night while Mama cleans up. They say that he is crazy where Mama is concerned. The other uncles from the Boatwright family are introduced as well, Beau and Nevil...

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