Flight Behavior: A Novel - Chapter 7: Global Exchange Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7: Global Exchange Summary

The ceaseless rain and flooding lead to extra work for Cub pouring gravel, meaning the family will stay afloat on their house payments and offer help for Bear's equipment loan. The logging has been pushed back a month for the timber to dry out. Dellarobia has barely seen Cub due to his work schedule and doesn't know if he has requested ornaments from Hester for their still bare Christmas tree. She is disgusted by the quality of Christmas decorations made in China. The couple attempts a shopping trip for the rapidly approaching holiday, but ends up bickering over the cheap offerings of the local dollar store, both wanting to provide a better Christmas for Preston and Cordelia than they can afford. Dellarobia struggles to find something related to Preston's burgeoning interest in nature and science, while Cub scoffs at...

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