Big Fish - Pages 143 – 180 Summary & Analysis

Daniel Wallace
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William recalls a time in the mid-1970s when his family underwent a period of extreme dysfunction. Edward had become wealthy and successful, and he spent most of his time working and very little time at home. During one of his travels, he came upon a small, beautiful town called Specter. Edward decided to buy all of the property in town so that he could preserve the town and life in it just as it is. He visited the town semi-regularly to make sure that everything was fine and that everything was still the same. One day, a resident alerted Edward to a small, hidden patch of land in town that Edward did not own. Edward visited the small area of land, upon which stood an old house occupied by a young woman named Jenny Hill. Edward explains his wish to own the whole...

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