Canada: A Novel - Part 2, Chapters 57-59 Summary & Analysis

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Dell wrote a letter to Berner in Chapter 57, but did not tell her much, only that he was living in Canada and failed to mention his parents or his life with Arthur and Florence. He decided not to send the letter and to write a more substantial one once he got to Winnipeg. He placed it in his pillowcase that contained his belongings from Great Falls and thought about re-reading it later. He mentioned how he never wrote his thoughts down in the little notebook Arthur had given him, and that he left it behind when he left Fort Royal.

In Chapter 58, Charley told Dell the whole story of Arthur Remlinger so that he could “set strict limits for [him]self” (328), and had Dell retrieve something from his trailer, Dell thought, so he could “see how a life without set limits could...

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