Canada: A Novel - Part 2, Chapters 42-44 Summary & Analysis

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Charley told Dell in Chapter 42 that he would be working and sleeping on the farm and taking his meals in the hotel that Arthur owned. Charley stopped the truck to urinate and asked Dell what he did to end up there and if Mildred tried to have sex with him. Charley then told Dell how much he admired Hitler because, like himself, Hitler was misunderstood.

In Chapter 43, Dell woke up and found himself in a rundown little house situated in the middle of a junkyard dotted with rusty odd contraptions that formed part of an abandoned-looking town. He heard voices and saw Charley coming to get him. They went to meet Arthur whom Dell had already seen out the window. Arthur struck Dell as a pleasant and good-looking man who told him that if the Royal Canadian Mounted Police came looking for...

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