Grace (Lynch) - Chapter 4: Ride the Wolf's Mouth Summary & Analysis

Lynch, Paul
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Grace follows John Bart through the woods, but is enraged at how fast he is going, and how he does not seem to take any mind of her. She eventually stops, and listens to John Bart's boots as he continues on without her. A little while later he returns, however, and they shelter beneath a tree. That night Grace dreams of the two men who attacked her, and sees the man "who was trying to climb up on her" with "the blood smile John Bart gave him like a brand-new mouth" (177). She spends the next day in a stupor, and eventually wakes up in a barn with John Bart. When she realizes where she is, she moves to run away, but Bart wakes up and warns her that she will run into trouble if she goes back. They have a...

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