Freedom (novel) - Canterbridge Estates Lake Summary & Analysis

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This chapter takes place around the same time as the previous chapter and is narrated by the third person narrator (not Patty). Over six years, development companies have built houses across the lake from Walter’s lake house. One of the residents of these houses, Lisa, believed that Walter had killed her cat. She believed this because Walter had confronted her about her cat killing the resident birds on his property. He asked her to keep her cat inside, but she refused. Later, after Joey and Connie visited Walter, Walter distributed leaflets about the numbers of birds that cats kill all over the neighborhood. Due to this, Lisa had her husband plowed the snow on the road in such a way as to require Walter to shovel every morning. In response, Walter trapped Lisa’s cat and gave it to an animal...

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