Burned - Journal Entry, May 18 - Journal Entry, June 10 Summary & Analysis

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Journal Entry, May 18 - Journal Entry, June 10 Summary

Journal Entry, May 18 - Bishop Crandall advises Patty's parents to punish her. Patty's parents send her away for the summer, to her Aunt Jeanette's ranch, because Patty's mother is pregnant with a boy. Patty's father drives her. She asks her father if he will miss her. He says he doesn't even know her anymore, and he says there is enough blame to go around. Patty says she won't take all the blame, and says sometimes she feels like she doesn't even exist. She loves her father, despite everything. Her father wants to know if she respects him, and his rules. The conversation goes nowhere.

In eastern Nevada, they stop for lunch in Ely, near where Patty's father had grown up. He says he misses the quiet, and counting on people, and...

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