Brother Odd - Chapter 28 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 28 Summary

Romanovich is in the kitchen decorating an orange-almond cake. Odd approaches and tries to trick the self-proclaimed librarian. Odd's mistrust of him grows every time he sees him. He asks Rodion to drive the second plow-equipped vehicle, and Rodion agrees. Rodion comments about Odd's knowledge of Indiana and Indianapolis, but Odd lies smoothly. They exchange another barb or two until they were even.

Chapter 28 Analysis

Odd goes to the kitchen to enlist Rodion's help but also to continue the verbal sparring that has become their medium of conversation. Odd continues to try to make Rodion slip up in areas that he should know for sure if he truly is a librarian from Indianapolis. Rodion never slips up, but that only makes Odd distrust him more. There is an air of deceit about the man that bothers Odd. Treachery and villainy are likely more...

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