Canada: A Novel - Part 1, Chapters 22-24 Summary & Analysis

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The Parsons tried to spend a normal Saturday in Chapter 22, despite a police car driving by the house repeatedly. Neeva washed clothes while Bev assembled a puzzle of Hudson River School artist Frederic Church’s rendering of Niagra Falls. Berner discovered her mother’s partially packed suitcase and asked if they were all going on a trip. Dell’s father suggested they should go to the State Fair since admission was half-price on the last day. Berner didn’t want to go until her father told her a story about the last time he saw his Uncle Cleo, whom he didn’t accompany on a trip down to Birmingham, and he wished he had. Berner felt as if he was blackmailing her but decided to go because, in the end, “she couldn’t resist him when he focused in on her,” Dell...

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