Canada: A Novel - Part 1, Chapters 34-36 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 34 Berner climbed into Dell’s bed with him. She was naked, and Dell’s narration implies that they had engaged in some physical intimacy before. Berner confessed to having “done it” earlier with Rudy in the car and that she had wanted to do it again with him that night. Dell and Berner then engaged in some sexual activity which remained undisclosed, although Dell claimed that he had willingly participated. “And that’s enough to tell,” Dell said. “It doesn’t bear repeating. It meant little, what we did, except to us, and only for the time” (184).

Chapter 35 begins on Monday morning as Dell woke up. Berner was washed, dressed, and making breakfast for them in the kitchen and showed Dell a copy of the newspaper somebody had left them with a note that said “Thought you’d like to...

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