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Bastard Out of Carolina - Chapters 5-6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 5.

Glen talks about adopting the girls when they can save enough money. Bone wants to love him and wants him to love her, but she keeps remembering the night at the hospital and just can’t. Glen continues to try to drive a wedge between the girls and the Boatwright’s. He tells Bone Granny is a liar and tells her to stay away from her. While Bone knows the Boatwright’s are storytellers, she also knows many of the stories they tell are true.

The girls go to visit Mrs. Parsons, Reese’s paternal grandmother. Bone likes her and her nice house with the small gardens. She can’t help but compare her to Granny and thinks Mrs. Parsons is probably the better grandmother. Glen sees opportunity in Mrs. Parsons and tries to blackmail her into giving Anney money. He threatens to keep Reese from...

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