Canada: A Novel - Part 2, Chapters 66-67 Summary & Analysis

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Summary

Dell, Charley and Ollie Gedins (Mrs. Gedins’ son and the man Dell saw Arthur talking to from the bathroom window) buried the bodies in the fields where the hunters shoot geese in Chapter 66. Dell reflected that Arthur used him—he never had a plan to improve Dell and he never cared. He concluded by saying “put all these elements together and you’ll make as much sense as can be made” (383).

It is October 18, four days after the murders, in Chapter 67. Florence bought Dell a suitcase, a bus ticket, and gave him a small oil painting of the view where Dell lived in Partreau. He took a bus to Winnipeg to live with Florence’s son and go to school. He never said anything to anyone about the murders.

Analysis

These two chapters consist of Dell’s meditative musings about the events...

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