Crooked Letter, Crooked Letter - Chapters 17 - 19 Summary & Analysis

Tom Franklin
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Chapter 17 (The Present) – This chapter, while told from Larry’s point of view, focuses on the succession of visitors received by Silas: first Angie (who makes up with him and makes a point of inviting Larry to her church); then Voncille (who brings flowers); then the Mayor (who jokes with Silas about directing traffic); a couple of deputies (who tell Silas about the rest of the snakes found in Stringfellow’s home); and finally Chief French, who tells both Silas and Larry that Stringfellow has also been linked to the death of M&M, and that the press is determined to interview them both, adding that he wants them to just stick to the facts of the story and not get into whatever personal disputes are between them. After French goes, Silas is discharged, promising to come see Larry. After he goes, Larry...

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