Canada: A Novel - Part 1, Chapters 13-15 Summary & Analysis

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Dell’s declaration that he was going to rob the bank with his parents turned out to be a dream as he woke up on Thursday morning in Chapter 13. His parents told him they would be gone for a few days, and that Berner and he needed to watch the house and not answer the phone. Dell asked his father if he was going to bring his gun, which alarmed his mother. She then said that, when all was over, she would take him and Berner someplace nice. He answered that he wanted to go to Moscow because of its associations with famous chess players, but his mother said she had been thinking of some place more like Seattle. Dell then describes how, when his father was stationed in Biloxi Mississippi, he and his father would go to an air-conditioned movie theater...

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