Gilead - Section 6 (pages 86-104) Summary & Analysis

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Section 6 (pages 86-104) Summary

This section begins with a brief reference to the arrival of Jack Boughton, who is described by John as having had his name in the papers several times, and not for good reasons. He recounts how the Boughtons were always embarrassed on John's behalf whenever this happened, given that it was always Jack's full name that was printed - John Ames Boughton (John Ames, of course, being John's name).

John then describes how his father, when they were on the quest for grandfather's grave in Kansas (Section 2), told stories of his childhood, in particular how Grandfather came back from fighting in the Civil War and spoke proudly of it, much to the tearful grief of the women who'd lost sons and husbands in the fighting. John's father also talks about how grandfather made himself constantly busy and useful in the community, leaving him...

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