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Julie and Hank work tirelessly to save what food they can from their supply. Julie thinks constantly about the preacher's offer to join them for a Sunday service. She realizes how lonely and isolated she feels in the valley, but Hank doesn't want to go: "It was the fact that he had lost his job, and was worried about the baby coming and the loss of his money, and embarrassed by the way he had acted in the flood, that made him standoffish. I had to help him out. The night of the flood had took away his confidence" (p. 240-241). Julie decides to accept the pastor's offer whether or not Hank agrees with her. When she joins the congregation, she feels a warmth and love that has been missing in her life. The music is beautiful and it feels so good to sing. The...

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