Canada: A Novel - Part 1, Chapters 31-33 Summary & Analysis

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Dell decided to retrieve the stolen bank money from behind the seat in his father’s Bel Air in Chapter 31. He knew the cops would be looking for it, so he tore off the band wrapped around the cash that identified its having come from the Agricultural National Bank, flushed it down the toilet, and hid the money in two even piles beneath the silverware tray in the kitchen drawer. He then fell asleep for a long time.

Dell woke up to find Berner talking on the phone with Rudy in Chapter 32. He discovered that his father’s car had been towed away but that the money was still hidden in the kitchen drawer. Berner said she was going to marry Rudy and expressed her contempt for their parents. Both cried or started to cry, but a feeling of control came over...

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