Dust Tracks on a Road - Chapter 11, Love Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 11, Love Summary and Analysis

This chapter is the 14th in the book. Here, our heroine discusses her own love life. Her experiences are unique, profound and of course colored by time, place and generation. She is one of the women for whom being found attractive became a relatively normal part of adulthood. She writes of how her romantic sense developed. Readers may point to a time in their own lives when they had this same type of feeling, either when they were very young, or in limited cases or whatever. She would take a shine to a man, often an older grown man. She writes that she might watch him pass by her home and that often he was somehow two-timing her in the sense that he had a real girlfriend, her own innocent dreams and feelings being unknown to him. Often enough...

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