Canada: A Novel - Part 1, Chapters 28-30 Summary & Analysis

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Dell, Berner and their mother prepared for the train ride to Seattle in Chapter 28. That previous night, Dell dreamed (or thought he dreamed) about a bat trapped against his window that he helped free, as well as a car pulling up in front the house with two men in it. When he woke up, his mother brought in a pillowcase and told him to pack the essentials while his father walked around the house trying to keep everyone in a good mood. The doorbell rang and Bev went to answer it. As his mother asked who it was “she dropped a dish onto the floor then. It broke to bits just as my father was pulling the door back to whatever news was waiting for us” (149).

In Chapter 29 two policemen arrived and asked Bev if he had been to North Dakota recently...

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